My passion for mental health and wellness started developing in childhood. As the youngest in a family of six, I grew curious about the relationship dynamics, intrapersonal foundations, and perceived opportunities that shape life experiences.
I have witnessed many individuals burdened by personal, familial, and social challenges in my career. My work as a therapist has paved the way for me to help others find wholeness and meet their full potential.
Glory’s Professional Biography
I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) and a member in good standing with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC).
I completed university degrees in psychology and education through Trinity Western University and McGill University. I have a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a minor in secondary education.
Additionally, I have years of professional experience as a support worker for adults with autism or a mood, psychotic, or personality disorder. Besides my clinical work, I teach psychology at the university level.
I see clients of all ages and with various conditions. My clients often have concerns related to the following:
Depression and anxiety
Inner child work
Family and/or relationship difficulties
Borderline or narcissistic personality types
Unresolved issues from childhood
Adults with giftedness
Glory’s Counselling Approach
I feel privileged to work with individuals, couples, families, and groups seeking growth and transformation. I often use Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in my sessions.
In my gentle nature, I direct clients to attend to their inward selves and invite them to uncover their vulnerable parts. From there, I work with clients to identify their needs and discover ways to meet them.
I strongly value cultural competency. In the therapy room, I offer insight and a new perspective while honouring the context of where each person is coming from.