I view therapy as a collaborative process. I believe the client is the expert on themselves, and the therapeutic relationship is the most important factor in creating change. Within that relationship, I take an integrated approach to treatment drawing from my training in evidence-based and trauma-informed theories and interventions such as attachment, cognitive-behavioral, EMDR, psychodynamic, mindfulness, and somatic-based modalities.
My goal is to provide a safe, genuine, and compassionate environment where individuals can process their experiences, and learn practical skills and tools to feel better. The respectful and empathetic space I create in therapy helps clients establish and achieve goals; feel more present; and heal from stress, pain, and trauma that can feel unmanageable.
I understand how difficult it can be to open oneself up to vulnerability and ask for help, and am genuinely honored to be any part of your process.