Liana Rose Counselling
Online support from wherever you are
Sometimes our challenges can be overwhelming, chaotic, and tangled, and make us feel like we're doing this life thing alone. But you are not alone, and peacefulness is possible. I’m here to support you through the untangling toward self-discovery and growth.
What to expect at our visits
Listening. Seeing. Exploring. Empowering.
No matter where you are coming from, you're invited to share space and be your authentic self. My first job is to hear your story and learn where you want to go with therapy. From there, we co-create what comes next. In an empathic, curious and empowering space, I will offer therapeutic direction and techniques to help you build bridges toward your goals. We may gently unearth emotional layers, expand your attitudes and feelings towards life situations, or develop new ways you'd like to act in the world. We might talk, draw or move around. There might be long silences, or lots of laughter. I'll ask you to check in with your body and your feelings. My hope is that you'll leave our work together with new insight or awareness into the self, or look at an issue from a different perspective.
Therapy is a process that takes participation and investment from the client(s) and clinician alike, and I am committed to bringing knowledge and my whole self to this team in order to bring about the changes you desire in your inner and outer worlds.
Finding the right therapist can be about as easy as finding that perfect avocado, right? Using my email below, contact me today to book an intro session or a free, 15-minute, no-obligation consultation to feel out if we could be a good fit. I look forward to hearing from you.
I will respond to your email within three (3) business days. If you are in crisis, please visit my Immediate Support page.
Tkaronto (Toronto), Ontario - I am a descendant of refuge-seeking and colonizing Eastern European Jews and am now living, working and playing, with gratitude and allyship, on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Huron-Wendat peoples. This area is home to unceded land which continues to be contested, and the Dish With One Spoon treaty between the Anishinaabe, Mississaugas and Haudenosaunee that bound them to share the territory and protect the land. This land is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Metis people, and I am committed to my continued growth and education so that I may better respect, learn from, and advocate for Indigenous peoples and their land.
I am continuously working to decolonize my practice and welcome feedback at any time.