As a therapist,
my deepest desire is to create
a space where people can
feel seen and known, and heal.
Change is difficult, and therapy is not a quick fix, but the benefits can be life-changing. I work with individuals experiencing depression, loneliness, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, relationship issues, and more, to increase self-acceptance and self-awareness, build empathy and to improve the quality of their relationships.
I meet clients where they are at each time they walk through the door by providing a warm and accepting space where clients can feel heard, understood and safe to explore difficult issues.
I primarily work from a holistic, relational psychodynamic therapeutic approach with emphasis on family of origin, personal beliefs, mind/body connection, and attachment. I believe our past informs our present and can guide us to a different future, if we choose it.
“To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work.”
- Mary Oliver, poet