Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I bring a warm, collaborative approach to help you get unstuck, ease anxiety, change old habits, or adjust to changing life circumstances.
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2009
I work best with those who are ready to engage in the process of making changes. Most of the people I work with are looking to develop deeper self awareness, ease anxiety, shift long held beliefs, or let go of habits that have become harmful.
I have 5 years experience working at a local Drug and Alcohol treatment center, where I have supported individuals in successfully quitting drugs and alcohol, as well as helped them to maintain that change over time through development of recovery skills, creation of a relapse prevention plan, and regular access to a supportive group of peers.
I have worked for over a decade with people who are looking to change or re-examine their relationship to alcohol and other substances. I use many different approaches to this work, and believe that one size does not fit all. I will meet you where you are and we can work together from there.
Anxiety can be overwhelming and impacts all areas of a person's life. I will work with you at your pace to help you identify and reconnect with the things most important to you, while also supporting you in letting go of whatever may be getting in the way of experiencing more ease.
Finding competent care when in a consensually non-monogamous relationship can be a challenge. I provide therapy that honors the complexity, nuance, joys and challenges of navigating life and relationships within a non-monogamous context.
I have training in the Gottman Method as well as Emotionally Focused Therapy, and I bring a blend of these two models to the work I do. I can help you improve communication, ease conflict, and deepen your understanding and compassion for yourself as well as your partner(s).
I have experience working with many different types of families, including blended families, LGBTQ families, siblings, and parents with adult children. Divorce, substance use, mental health challenges or major life changes can impact the whole family, and I have found that coming together to address feelings and work on communication can improve relationship satisfaction, as well as give family members a sense of empowerment
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