Combining clinical and lived experience with a love of social justice, my passion to help others find recovery and healing is integrated into each part of my work. I have been actively involved in the eating disorder field for over a decade, and have provided therapy at a variety of community counseling centers, treatment facilities, and in private practice. I love working closely with individuals to discover and connect to their hopes, values, passions, and interests outside of the problem, and support them in re-(dis)covering what their “anti-eating disorder” life will look like.”
Rooted in a desire for social change, my therapeutic approach is grounded in Narrative theory, an evolving set of ideas & practices, which embrace a collaborative, non-pathologizing, culturally-sensitive, & respectful approach to working with people, families, & communities. I also employ a critical feminist, anti-oppression, Health At Every Size, fat positive, trauma-informed, anti-diet, approach.