I support people to stand for themselves and their dreams, to witness all they've survived and experienced, and honor all they feel and are.
6118 SE Belmont St, Suite 409
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2017
I love to process. I relish in being a supportive, stable presence for my clients as they go through life's conflicts, personal growth opportunities, hardship, and confusion. If you have found yourself in patterns that you are struggling to understand or take hold of and change, if you notice your relationships (or career, or art, or spiritual life) are not what you want them to be, or if you need a confidant as you traverse past traumas, I am here for you.
I love working with couples, facilitating conflict, and nurturing understanding on all sides. I have experience with married couples, poly/non-monogamy, and non-romantic relationship conflict.
Coaching offers fresh outlooks and perspectives, as well as support and new ideas. Growth and change are imperative to forward progression, and since those times tend to be the toughest, it's my honor to offer support and encouragement. Through process-oriented techniques, we will explore your high and low dreams and what is looking to happen next.
My person-centered approach prioritizes equality within a cultural context, examining how the personal and societal are intertwined. This strengths-based approach hones personal power, authenticity, and inclusion in a collaborative way.
I am passionate about working with women and non-binary folx, in all that we are up against in our world and with all the gifts that we innately possess. I have 6 years experience working one-on-one with women and NB people to tell their stories of personal struggle. These stories are always each gloriously their own and offer a conduit of personal power when shared in a safe container.
I am passionate about serving fellow queer folks. Regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, we deserve to bring our whole selves to all areas of our lives, and I offer extra support navigating issues that may arise in mainstream society as well as within the LBGTQIAP2+ community.
Relationships hold our greatest learnings and help us to know ourselves more fully. Through them we get to experience love, joy, excitement, but also pain, conflict, and confusion. With my experience facilitating relationship conflict, both individual and two-party, I find there is a trove of valuable information in all that arises, which we will use to heal old dynamics and seed new growth.
I have a special compassion for those who have suffered familial trauma or struggled being in relationship with their families of origin. My experience in a community clinic was primarily focused on work with clients with a history of familial trauma.
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