Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
MA, LPC-Intern, CADC-R
It's easy to feel stuck, at the mercy of your own thoughts & feelings, but it doesn't have to be that way— together we can find your power.
1210 SE Oak St
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2019
Faith: Atheism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Taoism, Wicca/Paganism
By integrating evidence-based approaches like attachment theory, parts-work (IFS), DBT, and EMDR into sessions, my clients share that they no longer experience nightmares, panic attacks, intrusive thoughts & memories, or persistent self-criticism. They report thriving in their relationships and feeling in control of their lives.
I use EMDR for trauma and limited EMDR (called EMD or rEMDR) to help you move through traumatic events that may still be affecting your day-to-day. EMDR can also be used to help ease performance anxiety.
I use IFS so you can be Self-led, rather than led by anxiety, worry, and negative self-talk.
I’m trained in DBT through the Portland DBT Institute.
Attachment underpins all of our relational experiences
I use EMDR & IFS that are focused on somatic approaches
I specialize in PTSD and use evidence based treatment such as EMDR, IFS, and DBT.
Codependency is about putting the comfort of others over your needs due to extreme difficulty dealing with conflict, largely as a result of growing up with abusive or narcissistic families.
Anxiety is a natural consequence of PTSD and EMDR and IFS are evidence based practices used in the treatment of anxiety.
I’m non binary and many of my clients are non-binary and trans. I’ve helped many clients navigate gender confusion and curiosity, as well as written letters for doctors concerning gender affirming medical procedures.
I’m queer and non-binary and most of my clients are as well.
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