Change is part of nature, and so are the changes in life.

We may like and dislike the process of change. What matters is how we manage the changes.



We can’t always have everything under our control, and we will come across unknowns somewhere in our path.

Walking in the fog is like walking into an unknown territory. We know we can’t see things clearly, but we also know that the fog will clear at some point.

Managing Change


Some Possible Ways of Managing Change and the Unknown:

  • Talking to friends and family
  • Reading self-help books
  • Browsing on the Internet for information
  • Thinking it through ourselves
  • Sweeping it under the rug
  • Taking different actions

Any one of the above is a healthy strategy. We all have our own ways of dealing with situations in life. That’s an innate ability we all possess. The only question is how effective our strategies are. Are these strategies serving us well and helping us achieve our goals? If they are, that’s awesome. But if they are not, then it’s time to look for alternatives.

An Alternative


One alternative is to talk to a professional.

I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (#11908) and a Canadian Certified Counsellor (#6353) with a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology from Simon Fraser University in Canada, a Master of Arts in Trauma Psychology from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a Bachelor of Arts with a Psychology major & Counselling and Human Development minor from Simon Fraser University.

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Areas of Practice

  • Traumatic Event Experience
  • Stress Management
  • Life Transition & Adjustment
  • Grief and Loss
  • Racialized Trauma
  • Multicultural Issue
  • Anxiety & Panic
  • Depression
  • Parent/Caregiver Support & Self-Care
  • Career Exploration
  • Academic & Career Planning and Decision Making

Let’s take action

I believe possibilities are possible. But there are times we may not be able to see them on our own. That is where we usually feel stuck.

Having a conversation to clarify concerns and explore alternatives would be a great way to get moving again.

Let’s have a conversation