I work from a holistic understanding of each of my counseling clients, which I define in two ways: (1) You are composed of body, mind, and soul; and (2) You are one part of a larger, relational, family, and cultural system. This means we will enter into our work in a way that addresses, integrates, and supports all facets of who you are as we work towards your goals for therapy.
My primary framework in practicing psychotherapy is Interpersonal Neurobiology. Additionally, I utilize the therapeutic concepts of Bowen Family Systems Theory and Existential Theory (Logotherapy). In our work together, we will begin to explore why your mind functions the way it does, courageously face deep-rooted impairments to healing, and gradually move towards a state of more integrated and balanced mind, body, and relationships.