Licensed Professional Counselor
Supporting you with compassionate, mindfulness-based therapy, I help you heal, grow and thrive!
6901 SE Lake Rd
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2015
Some issues I can help with include developmental trauma, anxiety, co-dependency, career, men's issues, neurodiversity issues (ADHD and Autism), and creating better communication and more intimacy in your relationships.
I incorporate mindfulness-based methods of Hakomi, Recreation of Self (RC-S), attachment work, and trauma resourcing. I have extensive training learning these modalities through my internship experience and training with Mindful Experiential Therapy Approaches (M.E.T.A.).
Drawing on mindfulness-based, somatic training in Hakomi, Recreation of Self (RC-S), I use the body as a way to access emotions, sensations, imagery, memories that may related to a way a client experiences their body and their therapeutic goals. Lifespan Integration, as the name suggests, helps integrate unprocessed wounded states from past and teaches your mind and body that these events are over.
I incorporate mindfulness-based methods of Hakomi, Recreation of Self (RC-S), attachment work, and trauma resourcing. I have extensive training learning these modalities through on-going practice, supervision, and previous internship experience and training with Mindful Experiential Therapy Approaches (M.E.T.A.).
I help clients heal from adverse past emotional, physical, and sexual experiences using trauma resourcing and mindfulness-based, somatic counseling. Working slowly to create collaboration, safety, and resiliency, past traumatic events are processed in mindfulness, reworking the past experience in safety.
I help men build better relationships, build skills and confidence in fully expressing themselves, and feel more holistically empowered with their masculinity. In the past, I have facilitated a men's process group exploring all of these issues and more.
I help partners identify undesired ways of relating, communicate in healthier and more connecting ways, and make different choices in relating. I use experiential, mindfulness, and attachment based approaches to help couples experience better understanding, empathy, and skills in connecting with each other.
I work with clients to help them see how they contribute to co-dependent relationships, where they learned it, and support them to help break the cycle.
I provide compassionate, mindfulness-based counseling to process what may be causing depression, help access resources in the self for more resiliency, and help you find more contentment in life.
Men in our society often feel emotionally isolated and limited in their ability to express themselves in authentic ways. The goals of this process group are to help anyone male-identified
build better relationships, develop skills and confidence in fully expressing themselves, and feel more holistically empowered with their masculinity.
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