My Approach to Helping
Our past experiences touch nearly every relationship in our lives. They shape the way we interact with the world and our loved ones. Despite our best efforts, sometimes unhelpful patterns can emerge that make it hard for us to be the type of partner, sibling, parent, or friend we want to be. We might also find ourselves stuck in the same relationships that do not bring a sense of meaning to our lives. I aim to provide a nurturing environment to help you understand these dynamics and repair your relationships. I welcome people and relationships with various cultural backgrounds, including ethnic, sexual, gender, social, and religious diversity.
I believe in your resiliency. I aim to help you rediscover your skills that are innately present, while respecting your cultural lens. My framework for therapy is eclectic and varies depending on what you feel most helped by, although my roots are in attachment theory, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I believe that the bravest thing you can do is begin to understand your own story and your connection to others.
I understand that the therapist - client relationship is precious and should feel comfortable. I want you to feel like you to have a safe space to process difficult and vulnerable moments. It’s very important to find the right fit and I invite you to reach out to see how I may help you.