Depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, trauma, career issues, infertility – these are some of the things that we experience as humans that can keep us from living the life we want to live. When these feel overwhelming and we feel stuck in patterns that aren’t working for us, therapy can help.
I work with my clients in a collaborative way that treats you as the expert of your own lived experience. You have a right to feel accepted and understood for who you are. Everyone experiences life in their own way and deals with the ups and downs in their own way. Sometimes these coping strategies work. Sometimes they come up short. When they’re no longer working for you, we can talk about why this might be and what other strategies may help you move forward. If you’re stuck in a pattern and feel like you’re treading water, we can explore ways of changing direction that feel right for you.
I strive to build a trusting, caring, and supportive therapeutic relationship with my clients so that even when you feel that the world is against you, you can remember that there’s someone rooting for you.
- relationship issues
- family issues
- career issues
- feeling stuck
- healing from trauma
- major life transitions
- personal growth/lack of fulfillment
- work/life balance
I hold a Master’s degree in Applied Psychological Science from Pacific University. My coursework and training covered a variety of areas, including depression, anxiety, grief/loss, life transitions, relationship difficulties, mood disorders, career counseling, and emotional distress. My training includes work with both individuals and couples.
My clinical training began at William Temple House, where I served as a Counseling Intern from August 2018 until July 2019. I continue to see clients as a volunteer Counselor there. I currently serve on the Board of Existential-Humanistic Northwest (EHNW), a non-profit organization that promotes the primary existential-humanistic values of authenticity, integrity, responsibility, inclusion, and awe.
As a Registered Intern in the State of Oregon, I practice under the supervision of Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT.
I am committed to providing affordable services and offer flexibility in my fees, based on need and frequency of sessions. During our initial consultation, we will determine an amount that works for you.
My sliding fee scale structure for psychotherapy is as follows:
I do not accept insurance; however, I am able to provide a receipt for payment if requested.