In both my personal and professional experience I learned that the more authentic I am, the more fulfilled and meaningful life I lead. I didn’t get to this place taking the easy route, I have always challenged myself to break away from the safety and comfort of the mainstream. I experienced a lot of challenges on my journey, but I also learned to see my ability to be myself as a precious gift. At times it was difficult to hear my own authentic truth over the expectations of judgments of others, but I persisted.
I am very passionate about what I do, I really love my job. As a therapist, I am not trying to fix my clients, I am their fellow traveler on their journey of self-discovery. I always put my whole heart and mind into my work, and absolutely live for those moments when my clients are gently learning about their resiliency, their strengths and abilities to overcome their limitations, whether these might be coming from their past or their present.