My Approach to Helping
I’m a psychotherapist who works with emerging adults to older adults who are experiencing stress and anxiety. My goal is to help you stop getting caught in a spiral of distracting negative thoughts so that you can start being present in the here and now. Then you can more easily make choices that are consistent with your personal values and goals.
I bring a non-judgmental acceptance to sessions, with an open mind and flexibility in my world views. As a therapist, I can:
- Understand people’s experiences
- Help you gain clarity through experiencing being heard and understood
- Collaborate with people to set goals and help them reach those goals
- Accept people for who they are and in their current life circumstances
Sessions with me will provide you with the space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and goals, so that you’ll be able to be understood and heard in order to gain clarity. It’s important for me to provide a collaborative process in a non-judgmental space where you can be yourself.
More Info About My Practice
I'm currently only offering telehealth sessions but will eventually offer in-person sessions at our Hudson office on Wednesdays.
If you think I might be a good fit for you, call or email our office to talk with our intake coordinator. During your initial call, 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 guiding people towards positive changes and watching them transform their lives over time. The most rewarding thing about being a therapist is celebrating when my clients make progress.
My Guiding Ethical Principles
As a therapist, I embrace the following philosophies:
- Therapy should address the person as a whole - their mind, body, and spirit.
- Emotions heal when they are witnessed and validated.
- Therapy works when both of us are committed to your healing.
- Sometimes, small steps in the right direction end up being the biggest steps in the end.
- We can start healing when we tell our story with someone who can hear it with empathy and understanding.