Licensed Professional Counselor
LPC, LMHC, LPCC
You deserve a safe space to heal, and you don't have to do it alone.
1235 SE Division St.
Telemental health - secure video sessions
for clients in OR, WA, TX, NM and select locations
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2013
I am here to listen to your story to gently help you sort through what might feel like a big overwhelming pile of mess, whether from unwanted emotions, too much stress, unresolved interpersonal traumas, or a nagging sense of dissatisfaction with life and just feeling stuck. Clients who seek me out for therapy are often high achievers in their work and/or academic pursuits, and want to work through the source of these symptoms to improve their emotional and mental well-being on a deeper level.
My therapeutic style is a trauma and neurobiologically-informed, integrative approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes the importance of body, mind, and spirit in holistically treating underlying psychological and/or emotional imbalances and maintaining nervous system regulation.
I have been studying and applying psychodynamic principals in my clinical work since 2011. I also completed 2.5 years of clinical internship training with a supervisor trained in Control Mastery Theory, an integrated cross-theoretical cognitive-psychodynamic-relational theory.
As an Ayurvedic Practitioner, I use a holistic style of assessment and treatment that acknowledges the importance of integrating body, mind, and spirit. This includes understanding how your unique physical and mental constitutions interact with the specific environmental and relational contexts in your life.
I have a deep understanding of the impact of stress and trauma on nervous system dysregulation and mental/emotional well-being. I have studied various neurobiologically-informed trauma approaches such as Interpersonal Neurobiology, Control Mastery Theory and the work of Pete Walker. I have a special interest complex trauma, a form of prolonged/cumulative trauma that develops within interpersonal relationships, often associated with neglect and/or adverse childhood experiences.
As an Ayurvedic practitioner, I have extensive knowledge of the mind-body connection. I can help you identify potential mental and emotional sources that may be contributing to your physical symptoms, including functional somatic symptoms. I also have a special interest in the psychosocial factors that are affected by living with gastrointestinal disorders, such as IBS and SIBO.
Using the principles of Ayurvedic psychology can assist in maintaining mental and emotional balance and well-being through understanding your unique psychological constitution in the context of your environment, as well as strengthening your ability to digest and integrate your life experiences.
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