M.Counselling, CCC

Throughout my life, I’ve always asked the big questions.


As I learned different philosophical perspectives from both the east and west on how we can best live, I personally experienced major shifts in personal views  that helped me to become more grounded yet empowered.

I believe our learning never stops. We are constantly moving towards more and more awareness, but sometimes we all need some guidance from others who can offer us a new way of looking at our lives.

I also believe that in counselling, it’s important to merge the rational with the emotional to create a full picture of what is holding us back in life.

However, none of this is possible without a safe counselling space where we can have open, authentic dialogue.

There is no pretention and no judgement. Just two people trying to solve a problem together.

I tend to use concepts from Taoism, Buddhism, Jungian psychology, Existential and Humanistic approaches.


Yoona has a Master of Counselling and is a member of the National Philosophical Counselling Association and a Professional member of the Canadian Humanistic and Transpersonal Association.

Publications: Connectedness of Events: Ideas of Causality and Synchronicity