Licensed Professional Counselor
The therapeutic process is both deeply mysterious and highly-personal. I have studied psychology, religion, and spirituality my entire adult life, creating an approach to depth psychotherapy that is universal yet individualized, gentle yet direct, slow yet very productive.
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2007
Having studied yoga and nutrition (formally and informally) for many years, I believe that mental health is not separate from our entire health, and encourage all my clients to seek ways to round out their overall well-being through these practices. Our session together are a grounding point for your transformation, but that transformation occurs in your life.
You are the most important person in the therapy room. This is your life, your therapy, and within you is a spark of light and intelligence that will grow if given the chance. For me, the greatest gift of being a therapist is watching that spark come to life.
We live in each moment, grappling with who we are, experiencing joy, resolving pain. I use our time in session to bring you into this moment, to experience yourself as you are now. I have trained extensively in the art of therapy in the here and now.
True Self-esteem comes from facing ourselves and realizing that we are deeply connected to the world around us. We are all here to walk the earth, and finding and discovering your particular way of walking is a life-changing experience.
How we love, who we love, and why we love present some of life's most wonderful and challenging issues. Learning to love well through honesty with ourselves and those in our lives is essential if we want a life filled with friendship and connection.
I believe that the experience of anxiety is one of disconnection; we have lost our connection to the ability to calm and make sense of life in all its glory and difficulty. I work with yoga, mindfulness, meditation, relaxation, and the processing of difficult experiences and emotions to mitigate the effects of anxiety.
Healing from depression takes time. It took time to get there, it takes time to recover. I encourage my clients to take it one simple step at a time, as often we are way to hard on ourselves when depressed. Together we will look into underlying issues that are supporting the depression, as well as daily habits that can help you rise to the surface.
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