Licensed Clinical Social Worker
If you would like to address a difficult moment or work on longer-standing issues, I look forward to talking.
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2005
Perhaps my most rewarding work is done with clients who wish to explore their family history and understand how it is impacting them now - the strengths, the challenging patterns. I enjoy working with therapists to help support them while addressing issues that come up in their work with clients. I enjoy working with individuals and couples - gay, lesbian, trans, queer, straight - as they consider or move forward with family-building or face fertility challenges.
We are all shaped in some ways by the context of our families of origin. As we identify patterns from our families, we have the opportunity to make different choices in our lives now. I find this to be some of the most exciting and fruitful work I engage in as a therapist and therefore I have worked for years with a mentor and consultation group to explore this approach in depth.
I have experience working with individuals and couples, LGBTQ+ and straight, who are considering choices about parenthood - through pregnancy, reproductive interventions or adoption.
Whether depression is new to you or a frequent presence, I work with you using a holistic approach that looks at your current stressors, your history and ways in which you can better care for yourself to help you experience joy and engagement again. I have specialized training in depression and anxiety in pregnancy and postpartum.
There can be so many types of losses - loss of community or job/career, death of a loved one, pregnancy loss (through termination, stillbirth, miscarriage). I allow time for full expression of grief, recognition of all of the losses that are attached to it and then, gradually, the building of meaning, purpose and healing.
I have experience working with clients who have a diagnosis of cancer or other major medical issues. I look to support you in adjusting to this new reality, considering options regarding treatments and increasing your supportive connections with others.
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