Physical and emotional pain can invite you on a life-changing journey of self-discovery.
Having a therapist by your side can help you navigate the challenges you meet along the way.
If you're seeking a radically transformative, leading-edge, soul-nourishing healing experience with a therapist who refuses to see you as "broken," then you're in the right place.
I work with highly-sensitive, creative, ambitious people just like you who are motivated to go beyond temporary, quick-fixes in order to arrive at lasting, meaningful change.
Blending modern psychology with ancient healing arts, my approach is intuitively-guided and theoretically-grounded.
I'll usher you through the use of both contemporary and timeless life-enriching practices in order to provide you with efficient and effective tools that you'll actually be excited to use.
If you're ready to step into the healing portal to post-traumatic growth, please reach out.
Some ways we might work together include:
Nutrition & herbs
Cranio Sacral Therapy
(also called psychotherapy or counseling), involves speaking to someone who is trained to help you explore your thoughts and feelings so that you can see how they effect your behavior and mood.
More than just "venting," seeing a therapist can help you become aware of patterns that you want to change, and provide you with tools to help you think or act differently.
As a professional licensed therapist, I am trained to sit with difficult material, so you don't have to worry about burdening me with your problems. No subject is off-limits, or "too much," to be discussed in session. And unlike chatting with a friend or family member, our time together is designed to be focused solely on you, and everything you share is kept confidential.
My aim in working verbally is to help you find the words to accurately and authentically express yourself so that you can both come to know your experience more deeply and gain greater control of your life. You don't have to be diagnosed with a mental health problem to benefit from talk therapy, and you get to decide what, how much, and when, you choose to disclose.
I will be an active participant in this process, and while our sessions are not designed to be conversational, you can expect me to ask questions and share observations. Even if we choose to incorporate more somatic approaches into our work together, we will use words to accompany those modalities, so we will often use talk therapy as a place to both begin and return home to.
I am familiar with a wide range of talk therapies, and will draw upon different traditions as appropriate to guide our work together. My talk therapy style draws heavily upon my extensive training in:
I have also received training in:
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Solution-Focused Therapy, Experiential Focusing
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
The Sanctuary Model