About My Clients
My ideal client curious about finding themselves and is comfortable with visualizing or using their imagination as a healing tool. They want to embark or continue on the journey of self-discovery and are looking for creative and alternative healing modalities with evidence-based treatment. They want to make change in their life, but they aren't sure how. They want to feel inspired and find creativity, meaning and direction. They are wanting to show up more authentically in relationships and want
My Background and Approach
I studied art therapy at a school for social justice, where I worked with eating disorders at a private practice in Chicago. I am finishing a PhD in Jungian psychology and I love to integrate mythic, metaphorical, symbolic, and imaginal ways of knowing into my therapy practice. I have been a therapist for eating disorders in Boulder, CO at a partial hospitalization program where I provided meal support, group therapy, and individual counseling.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I aim to help individuals find deep meaning within their suffering and symptoms. My specialities are eating disorders, body image, mood disorders, life transitions, identity/personality concerns, creative blocks, and relationship issues. In addition to CBT, DBT, ACT, inner parts (IFS), motivational interviewing, I like to integrate Jungian archetypes, art therapy, and somatic/chakra energy work. I want to help you find tangible skills you can use to feel more free, peaceful, and connected to your life purpose. My compassion and soul-centered feminist approach aligns with anti-diet and health at every size to promote healing and liberation from a fat-phobic society. I am LGBTQ+ aligned.