To me, therapy is a deeply personal process of self-exploration, meaning making, and healing. Generally, this work happens through conversation and experimentation. My approach is trauma-informed and grounded in neuroscience, attachment theory, and somatic awareness. I provide compassionate support, a non-judgmental space for exploration, tools to work with anxiety, and valuable information about how our brains, bodies, and relationships work. I often integrate mindfulness, body-based interventions, and parts work into my sessions. I also provide Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR).
As a human, I understand that life is full of challenges, heartbreak, and triumph. I’ve learned that the fullness of life does not come from the lack of suffering, but from our ability to hold the difficult with the beautiful. When we are able to discover our emotional truths and tend to our wounds, we create space in our lives for transformation and growth. I truly believe in the resilience of the human spirit and the ability for meaningful change.