My Approach to Helping
Humans are made of all different parts: anger, fear, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, stressed, saboteur, etc. These parts can take over and run havoc in our lives. Using mindfulness, somatic therapy, neuroscience, parts work, and EMDR, I help you get in touch with these parts that are no longer serving you and help to resolve their intensity in your live so that you can have a more peaceful, productive life in relationship with self or others.
I have seen many individuals who felt shamed, stressed, stuck, and/or suicidal make lasting changes that have transformed their lives and are now living a more peaceful, productive, and joy-filled life.
More Info About My Practice
I receive my Master Degree in Systems Counseling through Saybrook University. I am trained in trauma through the Traumalogy Institute in Toronto. I am trained in EMDR through EMDRIA. I trained in Hakomi through the Seattle Hakomi Education Network. I also help facilitate trainings in Hakomi. I am trained in LifeSpan Integration. I am also being trained in Somatic Experiencing. I am continually taking classes, workshops, and going to conferences to learn the cutting edge research on how best to heal the whole person.
I am covered by Out-of-Network Insurance. I accept cash, check, and all major credit cards.
My Therapy Focus
Individuals, Couples and Families dealing with:
* Family Issues
* Feeling Stuck, Overwhelmed, or Stressed
* Finding Your Individual Voice
* Life Transitions
* Grief and Lose
* Parenting Issues of Teenagers
* Relationship Problems
* Sexual Abuse
How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist
Growing up I had experienced a lot of trauma. I did not feel accepted, wanted, or seen as a child. My self worth was non-existant. It is only through my own healing journey that I have come to truly value the work of psychotherapy. If you are ready to live a more joy-filled life, than I would be honored to assist you in your journey. I find the work I do as a psychotherapist truly rewarding. You will too when you are ready to take that first step. I look forward to meeting you.