I have passion for meeting people where they’re at and helping them move towards change and healing.
Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, TX
I help those struggling with disordered eating develop a healthier relationship with food, exercise, and with their own bodies. While I know it feels hopeless, I believe that through therapy, I can help you find freedom from the compulsive thoughts and behaviors that fuel your disordered eating. I help you better understand all the factors that contribute to complicated relationships with food, exercise, and your body. Along with this understanding, I work to give you tools.
In my therapeutic practice, I specialize in treating trauma, with a keen focus on both PTSD and Complex PTSD. My approach is grounded in understanding the deep-rooted impact of traumatic experiences, whether they stem from a single event or prolonged exposure. I employ evidence-based techniques to help individuals process and heal from their trauma, fostering resilience and aiding in the recovery of a sense of safety and empowerment in their lives.
In my practice, I specialize in helping individuals manage and overcome anxiety. Using a blend of evidence-based techniques, I focus on understanding the unique triggers and patterns of each client's anxiety. My goal is to empower clients with tools and strategies to navigate their anxiety, fostering resilience and a greater sense of control in their daily lives.
Along with ACT, I value DBT as an action-oriented tool. DBT is evidence-based and can be helpful in changing behavioral patterns. DBT can be helpful in areas including emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness, making DBT a tool for helping you be more connected to self, others, and the world around you.
Brainspotting is a brain-based therapy. I have observed it lead to change for many individuals, including myself. BSP is grounded in the idea that “Where you look affects how you feel,” as identified by its founder and developer, David Grand, PhD.
I have a strong foundation in ACT after utilizing this modality in higher level of care settings for years. I value ACT as a tool to help guide you towards greater alignment with yourself and your values while also providing you with skills related to mindfulness and helping you interact with your own thoughts and feelings without judgement. I appreciate how action-oriented ACT is as a tool in therapy.
In my therapy practice, I integrate Attachment Theory to help clients understand and heal from their relational patterns and early life experiences. By exploring how early attachments shape current behaviors and emotions, I guide clients towards fostering healthier relationships and a stronger sense of self. This approach is compassionate and tailored, recognizing the unique attachment styles and needs of each individual, enabling profound personal growth and connection.
My therapy sessions are guided by the principles of IPNB, which help in understanding how your brain and relationships shape your experiences and responses to trauma.
In my practice, I specialize in working with attachment issues, helping clients navigate and heal from the complexities of their early relational experiences. Through a deep understanding of Attachment Theory, I guide individuals towards recognizing and understanding their attachment styles, which profoundly influence their current relationships and emotional well-being. My approach is empathetic and personalized, focusing on creating a safe and supportive space for clients to explore and trans