My approach is client-centered, which means that I tailor each treatment to the needs of the individual client. I believe in creating a safe, open, empathic, and non-judgmental space for you to explore and understand your experiences and emotional life. Together we will work towards identifying destructive patterns and building supportive ones. In this process, you will gain a deeper sense of self-awareness, aligning with your own unique life path and become empowered to live as your most authentic self. I use empirically-based techniques to achieve positive change. I integrate my training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, schema therapy, neuropsychology, mindfulness, and spirituality with my clients.
Psychotherapy– also called “talk therapy– is a process that addresses emotional and psychological challenges through the communication and relationship between the client and the mental health professional. This process offers a mental, emotional, physical, and energetic space for two or more people to come together in a confidential and protective way for the sole purpose of helping the client. Choosing to come to therapy takes courage. Talking to a person you don’t know about your intimate struggles can be daunting and intimidating. I get it!
Transformation can be messy and rocky but it certainly does not have to be lonely. Every one of my clients comes to therapy with unique challenges: life changes, relationship issues, work-life balance concerns, trauma, grief, illness, infertility, or parenting concerns. I believe in the understanding of the human experience as a whole, taking into account mind, body, and spirit. When I meet with clients, I treat the whole person and often collaborate with experienced colleagues such as acupuncturists, chiropractors, and nutritionists to achieve the highest level of wellbeing for each client.
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Contact me for a complimentary 15 minute phone consultation to see if my services are a good fit for you.“There is no passion to be found playing small, in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” —Nelson Mandela