My Style

I offer therapy in person, over the phone, and through online video. I enjoy working with individuals who are willing to open themselves to the process of betterment, even if it can be uncomfortable. I work well with individuals who seek to live life purposefully and are ready to transform insights into actionable change. You might be an educator, entrepreneur, health practitioner, advocate, thinker, or someone who is seeking to answer deeper spiritual questions. I believe in the importance of meeting every individual with curiosity and openness, and I am comfortable with difference.

Those who work with me describe me as...

  • Empathic

  • Dedicated         

  • Warm         

  • Having a soul of an artist            

  • Funny

  • Insightful

  • Optimistic

When I am not in therapist mode, I am exploring the world through shows like Somebody Feed Phil and Chef's Table. I may also be baking up a storm while listening to NPR's Tiny Desk (good food and music feed the soul!). Short stories and foreign films are also two of my favorite things in life.

Areas of Expertise

I specialize in working with individuals suffering from:

  • Emotional, physical, sexual, or spiritual abuse or neglect

  • Rape and assault experiences

  • Low self-worth (I'm not good enough, I'm not wanted, I'm a failure, I am no good...)

  • Heavy shame or guilt

  • Perfectionism

  • Grief

  • Chronic depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic symptoms

 

I also enjoy working with these populations and issues:

  • Young professionals

  • Healers or people in helping professions

  • Spiritual growth

  • Issues stemming from being different

I offer my clients a unique perspective and skill set developed through classical training and diverse clinical experiences.
EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) therapy is an approach I particularly enjoy because of its effectiveness in helping clients work through triggers, painful memories, and negative self-talk. However, my approach is tailored to each client. I take into consideration your personality, therapy goals, and openness to new ways of healing. If you would like to learn more about EMDR and how it can help you, click here.