I help my clients find a way to understand themselves and their circumstances from a new perspective, one that can include access to healing, hope, and wellness. I recognize that individuals seeking improvement in their mental health often carry with them fears of unworthiness, imagined brokenness, and perceived failures of will, so I work to create a therapeutic environment free from stigma and judgment in which the people I serve have space to cultivate self-awareness, learn, and grow.
I specialize in working with individuals struggling with sexual and addiction issues and their partners as well as the concerns which commonly coincide – trauma, PTSD, grief, loss, anxiety, depression, conflict, relationships, and culture/gender issues. I approach mental wellness from a whole-person perspective and collaborate with my clients to maximize tools for healing.
I am trained in neurofeedback and HRV biofeedback, and I see these modalities as a “fast-forward” button for counseling — a way to integrate body and mind for holistic health. In my practice, I bring my understanding of biofeedback, neuroscience, and mindfulness together to help my clients connect with their experiences and find self-regulation.