Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Perinatal and parenting support for all families.
Provides free initial consultation
Practicing Since: 2015
Do you love parenting but find that anxiety, depression, and/or shame get in the way of truly enjoying your children? Are you struggling to co-parent effectively and peacefully with your co-parent(s)? In the process of becoming a parent and wanting to identify and explore what raising a child means to you? Let's sit down and explore these big things together.
When I became a parent I learned first-hand how life-altering this transition can be. How anxious or depressed thoughts can make it difficult or impossible to feel present and joyful with your children. I’ve experienced and seen how even the most seemingly aligned and committed relationships can be rocked by the transition into co-parenthood.
Supporting pregnant people during the wild, magical, often challenging time of pregnancy.
As a queer wife and mother I have also experienced the unique challenges (and beauty!) that come with family creation and parenting. I love working with queer families to navigate family formation and parenting.
Many people choose to become parents or grow their families through adoption or foster care. In 2017 I received a postgraduate certificate in Adoptive & Foster Family Therapy through Portland State University. I spent many years working with youth and families in the foster care system, and I love helping families navigate the complexities involved in adoption and foster care. If you would like to explore whether these paths are right for you, or you have already grown your family through adopt
I am certified in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C) through Postpartum Support International and specialize in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
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