Licensed Professional Counselor
Diploma, CG Jung Institute Zurich; Ph.D. (Psychology), Arizona State University
I pay close attention to clients' bodily symptoms, emotions, and dreams as well as behavior to get at the deep roots of their problems.
2929 SW Multnomah Blvd., Suite 107
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2015
I am a diplomate of the CG Jung Institute in Zurich, a training program in depth psychology requiring extensive personal analysis and supervision of clinical work by seasoned analysts. I am trained to see body and mind as different aspects of a unitary self and pay close attention to bodily symptoms, emotions, and dreams to get to the roots of clients' problems.
I have extensive training in evidence-based approaches to therapy and find behavioral therapy especially useful in overcoming entrenched and harmful habits related to poor sleep, eating, etc. and use cognitive therapy to develop positive inner self-talk.
I bring extensive training and experience in helping clients meet challenges at key stages of life and find meaning and purpose in their life.
I bring extensive training and experience in helping clients to negotiate difficult life transitions and find meaning and purpose in their life.
I have a strong interest in and commitment to helping women confront the cultural pressures and biases that may be operating against them in a patriarchal culture.
I specialize in helping clients overcome defensive patterns of behavior that stem from their childhood experience and make it hard to find joy and creativity in their lives, especially through meaningful relationships.
I have broad experience with depression to help clients both manage symptoms such as sleeplessness, internal rumination, and guilt as well as identify and work through psychological issues that underlie it.
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