Mallory is experienced in helping people navigate eating disorders or disordered eating. She can also support you to overcome related challenges such as emotion regulation, major life changes, relationships, low self-esteem, and lack of motivation. Mallory recognizes that people living with an eating disorder often feel isolated, confused, or ashamed, so she also supports parents, siblings, friends, and other loved ones who are touched by an eating disorder. Mallory approaches these deeply personal topics free of judgment, and understands that you might have conflicting feelings about change.
Mallory supports people of all ages with anxiety and depression. She realizes that life can get complicated, but believes that your challenges don’t define you. She can help you target intrusive thoughts, enhance your sense of self, learn new coping skills, and empower you to practice them in your everyday life. Mallory uses a strength-based approach to help you refine your ability to communicate, set boundaries, and resolve conflicts.
Mallory’s calm and welcoming nature creates a safe space where you can be vulnerable. She draws from various therapeutic approaches and a diverse skill set to support you. Mallory strongly believes that you are the expert of your own story, and she will tailor her approach to your needs and desires.
In her personal life, Mallory values a healthy work-life balance, which includes daily self-care. She enjoys walking with her new puppy Daisy, powering through a Peloton workout, or baking anything with chocolate. Mallory appreciates the power of laughter and is never afraid to make fun of herself. Her goal, above all else, is to help you find a reason to smile every day.
Master of Social Work, University of Toronto (2021)
Addiction and Mental Health Graduate Certificate, Durham College (2020)
Bachelor of Social Work, Ryerson University (2018)
Understanding and Managing Aggressive Behaviour (Kinark Child & Family Services)
Motivational Interviewing: Facilitating Change (C4 Innovates)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy: An Introduction to Essential Components (SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health)
Essentials of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Beck Institute)
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Training – Foundation & Advanced (Kinark Child & Family Services)
Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers