Oppression is trauma. And therapy is inherently political. When we therapists are unaware of our various powers and privileges, we risk further oppressing and traumatizing those whom we seek to support. I strive to be better than that. I want to be an ally, in whatever way YOU define it. Let’s deconstruct and dismantle these system together.
Because my practice is rooted in issues of cultural/systemic oppression and trauma, my approach to e.d. differs from what’s conventionally available. My style is relational and emphasizes embodiment, community, and leadership. Whether you’ve had a past or current diagnosis, or struggle with undiagnosed disordered eating, if you are ready for a change and my approach resonates, please reach out.
Therapy is inherently political, and I want to be an ally. Let’s deconstruct and dismantle these system together.
Pain and growth often accompany one another. Research shows it’s the quality of support we get in difficult times that determines our degree of resilience. So whether you’re dealing with or adjusting to shifts related to work, relationships, grief/loss, health/medical status, political climate, beliefs/spirituality, and/or something else I’ve not named here, let’s navigate our way through it together. You’re not alone.