My Approach to Helping
I work with clients who have ongoing challenges related to anxiety, body image, gender identityexpressionsexuality, grief, pregnancypostpartum, relationships, and self-esteem. My goal is to help you connect intentionally with your emotions in a safe and empowering space.
I bring warmth and a non-judgmental presence to sessions. As a therapist, I can:
- Help you coexist with complex emotions
- Create space to care for yourself and prioritize your needs
- Identify personal goals as you work towards improving your quality of life
- Provide tools and information that will help you cope with challenges and maximize your strengths
Sessions with me will provide you with the space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and goals so that you’ll be able to gain clarity and meaningful connection with your mental health. It’s important to me to provide a non-judgmental space where you can be yourself. My approach to therapy prioritizes the individual and is a collaborative process between client and therapist. I utilize different types of therapy that match your primary areas of concern, and therapeutic goals.
More Info About My Practice
If you think I might be a good fit for you, call us today or email us to talk with our intake coordinator. During your initial call with our intake coordinator, you can share what’s going on for you and ask us any questions you may have. Through understanding your needs, we will help you choose the best therapist for you, answer any questions you might have, and schedule your first session.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
I enjoy helping people feel empowered while improving their mental health. The most rewarding thing about being a therapist is watching you embrace your strengths, experience meaningful progress through healing, and flourish in your relationships and communities.
My Guiding Ethical Principles
As a therapist, I embrace the following philosophies:
- Mental health care should be accessible, and I will do everything in my power to make it so.
- I believe that therapy should address the person as a whole - their mind, body, and spirit.
- You are the foremost expert on yourself. Therapy is a collaborative process where the client is in charge, and the therapist is a supportive guide.
- I believe that you can make changes that align with your values and improve your quality of life.
- No progress is too small. I believe it is important to embrace self-compassion and encourage celebration of every personal victory.