Niles is a Registered Social Worker who completed his MSW at the University of Toronto, an advanced standing BSW at Ryerson University and degrees in clinical psychology in South Africa. He has previously worked with children, youth and families, and currently works as a therapist at the University of Toronto, as well as in private practice. His practice approach is informed by attachment theory, psychodynamic-relational perspectives, emotion-focused therapy, and narrative therapy. Grounded in anti-oppressive, anti-racist and trauma-informed practices, Niles offers an open minded, strengths-based outlook towards well-being. Niles supports individuals and couples impacted by depression, loss and grief, anxiety, life stresses, relationship concerns, and family stressors, focusing on collaboration and the therapeutic alliance as tools for change.