Associate Marriage And Family Therapist
My approach is guided by each individual person rooted in the belief that you know yourself better than anybody else could and in the connection that comes when I get to know that authentic you.
Sessions can always look different. I offer sessions through Zoom calls and in-person. Beyond that, sessions are often casual and conversational. Depending on what you’re coming to therapy for, sessions might include experiential exercises, practices to bring home, skill development etc. I offer specialized yoga for mental wellness/eating disorders to clients as well to guide them in adopting mindfulness skills
My approach encourages vulnerability and authenticity. First trust has to be built in the relationship between therapist and client. Then there is an opportunity for growth where I get to guide you through various modalities, to develop the skills, explore the way you see the world and hold both the space and support you need to process the pain disrupting your life. This inevitably becomes a practice in you developing trust in yourself.
As somebody who was once in your shoes as a client and as a therapist today, my practice is thoroughly informed by the therapeutic relationship. I believe that healing happens through safe, reparative, connection and relationship. Mutually being real and fully showing up. Our time in the therapy room is a safe place where clients naturally begin to practice how they want to show up in the world. Its is not void of laughter nor of tears. All is welcome.