I help support you through life transitions, including family and relationship changes, job changes, and identity development. I help you clarify your values, harness your strengths, and take action with confidence.
I help clients with stress and anxiety using a relational, evidence-based approach focused on freeing yourself from incessant worrying and taking steps towards a fuller life.
I am experienced in numerous child and teen issues. I believe in listening to children and teens and helping them feel understood. I support youth and families in feeling more connected and able to handle challenges as they arise.
Specialized training, including with children and teens, to address a wide range of concerns.
I integrate play and art in my work with children and teens in order to make therapy engaging and developmentally appropriate.
I guide you to learn skills to "unhook" from overwhelming thoughts and feelings, reconnect to your values, and move towards the life you want to live. My approach is grounded in self-compassion. I also integrate somatic/physical practices that you can use to regulate emotions and become more aware of what you need in the moment. I use skills from ACT to address stress/anxiety, relationship concerns, and depression.
I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy for adult ADHD. I teach a research-based program that helps adults learn simple and practical skills to become more organized, focused, and confident. I help address concerns like procrastination, overwhelm, and low self-esteem related to ADHD. For depression, I provide compassionate support while empowering clients to take steps towards connection, meaningful action, and enjoyment.
At the heart of my approach is respect for you, your background, and your dreams. I start from you. I seek to understand what is important to you and support you in becoming more fully yourself. My aim is to provide an affirming and safe space to explore what you need and what is getting in the way of true happiness. My approach is culturally respectful, humble, and equity-minded. I hope to keep an open mind and an open heart. I seek to always keep learning.
I provide cognitive behavioral therapy for adult ADHD. I teach a program that helps adults learn simple and practical skills to become more organized, focused, and confident. I help address concerns like procrastination, overwhelm, and low self-esteem related to ADHD. The research-based program I use was developed at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School.