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Hello, my name is Sarah and I am of Métis, Scottish and Irish ancestry. I am a registered counselling therapist candidate (RCT-C) with the Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists (NSCCT) as well as a Certified Music Therapist through the Canadian Association of Music Therapists (MTA).

Empathetic listening, gentle curiosity and the use of creative interventions inform my private practice. Using a creative lens, I support clients to help facilitate a sense of safety within themselves and to realize their own strength.

  • British Focusing Association, Online Practitioner Training (January 2022 ongoing)

  • British Focusing Association, Certificate in Focusing Skills (2021)

  • Concordia University, Masters in Creative Arts Therapies in Music Therapy (2016)

  • Concordia University, Graduate Certificate in Music Therapy (2014)

  • Western University, Bachelor of Music Education Honours (2013)


From 2015-2020, I  was a creative arts therapist/music therapist in southern New Brunswick. During this time I worked in psychiatric care and community mental health programs. I have experience with the following populations in individual and group capacities:

  • Adults and young adults with anxiety and depression

  • Children and young adults with neurodiversity

  • University students with anxiety and depression

  • Amateur musicians
 with burnout

  • Trauma informed support groups
 for women

  • Newcomer/refugee communities

  • Indigenous communities

  • Transient communities

Professional Associations

  • Canadian Association of Music Therapists (0851)

  • Atlantic Association for Music Therapy

  • Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists (RCT-C22-016)

  • Member of Canadian Counselling and Pyschotherapy Association (Membership number 11243213)




Please fill out the form to inquire about services or book an appointment.


Bridgetown, NS

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This site is not for those needing emergency or crisis help. Please contact Canadian Suicide Prevention Service (1-833-456-4566), Provincial Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Line (1-888-429-8167), or Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868)

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