Mindsets are shaped by anticipation…what are you anticipating?


Therapy is more than just a scheduled appointment that ‘should’ be attended to get things ‘fixed’ or to gain more knowledge. Gaining more knowledge does not automatically translate to gaining more peace.

Therapy is more than the length of time spent searching for an absolution. It’s about giving yourself permission to activate wellbeing, which in turn defines how you spend this time. Time without permission and healthy action may not heal your wounds and may allow things to fester, giving way to frustration and burnout.

Therapy is an acknowledgement, a declaration that the ‘what was’ can no longer be ‘what is.’

It is an irreversible insight, a deep-rooted validation, an empowerment for a healthier way of being, for a way to activate balance and to no longer be shackled to conditionings, autopilots, and scripts that no longer work, or maybe never worked; conditionings that tend to be conditional, such as ‘if this goes well, then I’m worth it.’

Therapy is your voice, your permission, your time, your space, and your right to intentionally check-in with yourself in a genuine way. Honest change, not repetition, flows from concrete insight.

To give healing a chance, cleaning a wound can sometimes sting.

Telepsychology Services

Allowing clients to access psychological support remotely through video call or telephone.

I recognize that many people face barriers to attend in-person appointments due to factors such as work, family commitments, physical health, or location. With telepsychology, MiT clients can receive quality mental health services from anywhere in Alberta, Canada, providing the flexibility they need to prioritize their well-being. Empowering individuals to access the resources and care they need is at the core of Made in Thought’s mission.

free 15-minute telephone connection meeting

I understand that seeking counselling can be nerve-wracking for some individuals, and it’s natural to have questions and concerns about the process. As such, I’m offering a free session to connect and address any questions you may have about Made in Thought. This session will also help us gauge if we are a good fit and compatible for your needs. Your questions and concerns are valid and important, and I am committed to providing a safe and supportive space from the very beginning. I will contact you at the phone number you provide.


Telepsychology Intake Session


50-Minute Session

This session begins to lay the foundation for building and shaping your mental health goal(s). We discuss and review the necessary forms that are emailed to you once you schedule the Intake Session. It’s also an opportunity for you to ask any questions, express any concerns or uncertainties, and address any hesitations you may have about working with Made in Thought. I also encourage you to explore these topics throughout your time with MiT as needed.

If you prefer to schedule an Intake Session instead of the Free 15-Minute Telephone Connection Meeting, please note that you’re welcome to do so.

Telepsychology Follow-up Sessions


50-Minute Session

Our collaborative sessions are aimed to unpack, refine, and monitor your mental health goal(s) and insight(s). By integrating the mind and your overall sense of being, we can work towards greater mental and emotional wellness. These sessions are available once you have attended the Telepsychology Intake Session.

Telepsychology Check-In or Preventative Care Sessions


25-Minute Session

These sessions are designed to recharge and reconnect your mind by checking in, rather than checking out into unhealthy distractions. By doing so, we can work towards maintaining healthy changes and preventing harmful patterns, such as burnout. While distractions may provide temporary relief, they may not necessarily support personal growth. These sessions are available once you have attended the Telepsychology Intake Session.

What is Tudor's role?

That of a psychologist, of a navigator, and of a witness that can offer safety, space, and support while we collaboratively piece together the ‘humpty dumpty’ fragments of thoughts, emotions, and behaviours into an integrative whole to infuse balance. Piecing them together not where they once were, but where they need to be given the call of the moment. 

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

– Maya Angelou

The Made in thought


Training and experience in the application of quality, evidence-based interventions & mental health services.

My involvement in a diverse range of academic work, workshops, conferences, courses, seminars, self-directed studies, practicum/internship placements, and supervision has resulted in my adoption of a multimodal approach to therapy. This approach is underpinned by my interest in the field of , pioneered by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. Interpersonal Neurobiology seeks to weave together different branches of science, such as neuroscience, biology, sociology, psychiatry, cognitive science, and others, to explore the common principles that can untangle, unknot, and better understand the depths of human experience. While therapy is grounded in evidence-based interventions, the application of these interventions is also dependent on the needs of each client. As such, therapy is also a creative act that requires flexibility and adaptability. I draw on a range of therapeutic approaches, including:

Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy

An evidence-based intervention that focuses on the connectedness of our thoughts, emotions, body sensations and behaviour, and how distorted thinking patterns can impact this interconnectedness.

Mindfulness-Based therapy

Mindfulness is more than a skill; it is an intentional act of awareness. Research on mindfulness has identified an assortment of benefits, such as a decrease in rumination, an increase in focus, stress reduction, and improvements to working memory and cognitive flexibility.

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

An evidence-based intervention that is short-term, goal-oriented, and embraces positive psychology principles and practices to help clients refocus from a problem-oriented mindset to a solution-oriented mindset.

Emotion-Focused Therapy

An evidence-based intervention that focuses on the development of emotional intelligence, which echoes the way we express, regulate, make sense of, and transform emotions.

Overall, my diverse experience and training has given me a broad and nuanced understanding of therapy, allowing me to tailor my approaches to client needs.

Do you give yourself permission to embark on this path?