Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
Supervisor: Zuzana Sakova, LPC and Karlaina Brooke, PSYD
I help clients overcome relationship dissatisfaction and sexual difficulties of all kinds.
14523 Westlake Dr., Suite 17
Lake Oswego, 97035
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2018
From exploring your sexuality or gender to working through relational roadblocks, I'd love to be there to help you through. Many of my clients are struggling with their relationship to sex, their relationship to sexuality, or their relationship to another person. If any of this sounds familiar, please reach out - we can schedule a free 30 minute consultation to talk about what you are going through, and if I would be a good fit for you.
I have received training in Emotionally Focused Couples therapy, which has some of the best outcomes for those struggling with relational issues. This therapy focuses on how we show up in relationships, and how we can show up differently and change the tune of a relationship from conflict to connection.
Emotionally Focused Therapy is based in attachment theory and focuses on recognizing how we experience our emotions, what we do with them, and how we can connect more effectively and fully with our partners.
Throughout my training I have focused on using CBT as a focal point for understanding how we struggle with mental health and wellness, and how we can work through these struggles. I also use many other modalities, and believe that it is my job as a therapist to be flexible and meet you where you are as far as what techniques work and which ones don't.
As a queer person, it is important to me to create space in my practice to serve my community. Being queer myself does not mean that I share your experience - I almost certainly do not - but as I have trained to grow my abilities as a counselor, I have always focused my efforts around how I can use my knowledge to help my community with both general and LGBTQ specific struggles.
As a queer person, it is important to me to create space in my practice to serve my community. Gender is a unique and complicated space, and no two people's process around their gender identity will look the same. Throughout my training, I have focused on working to apply what I have learned to help people navigate gender.
I am currently working towards certification by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. This is one of the most thorough and rigorous certifications for professionals seeking to specialize in sex therapy, and through this process I have and continue to receive training on helping people with specific sexual concerns.
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