My Approach to Helping
I work with women who are young professionals, moving through their own version of the “quarter-life crisis”. This often shows up through anxiety, depression, griefheartbreak, struggles with family or relationship dynamics, or processing difficult childhood experiences.
My style is a collaborative, humanistic approach. Being human means that life inevitably presents us with challenges - this does not mean there is something wrong with us or that we need to “fix ourselves”. I meet my clients from a place of curiosity, and genuinely want to know you as a human. My approach is not to focus solely on the symptoms you are presenting with, but to better understand you as a whole and uncover the root cause behind the symptoms.
I incorporate values of self-compassion, acceptance, and mindfulness into my practice. I assist my clients with creating more self-awareness, to understand the historical context behind unhealthy behaviors or thought patterns, and to work towards creating a life that is in line with their core values.