I use a Humanistic – Gestalt – Existential approach which has adaptability to fit every client, and the unique human being that they are. Sometimes this includes art or movement, writing or speaking, exploring or resting, process or content, and it almost always includes humor.
I am honored to work with people who are healing from trauma. I bring somatic (body focused) practices into our work together so that we can reintegrate the body and mind and bring awareness to the ways in which your environment has shaped your nervous system.
It is my belief that within each of us lies the potential for personal growth and positive change. I use an Existential-Humanistic approach to therapy, which involves exploring and discovering one’s unique and authentic self.
We are formed by so many things and are constantly forming ourselves. We take on so much from our lived experiences— growth, resilience, what matters to us and also, what wounds us along the way. I feel privileged to support individuals and intimate relationships struggling through trauma, attachment, and anxiety as well as those seeking greater self-knowledge and increased emotional well-being.