About My Clients
Life can be a challenge, I know. I am also aware that with every obstacle comes solutions that are viable for maintaining better outcomes. Confronting these limitations can often times feel like shame and guilt, and disassemble our ability to possess compassion for our process, which in turn prevents us from resolving difficult issues. As your therapist, I am here to help you embrace the need for compassion and other attributes that will orchestrate growth and development.
My Background and Approach
I’ve been given the opportunity to support diverse communities of individuals, children, and families throughout my 9 year career. As a wholistic practitioner, it is important for me to help my clients explore their whole dynamic extensively, as well as understand the root of reoccurring situations that hinder progress throughout. If granted the opportunity to work with you, you’ll be gaining a therapist with a wide range of experience utilizing varying modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Yoga and Mindfulness, and Psychosocial Approach. I encourage you to get started on your journey as soon as possible because the walk to healing requires endurance and patience with oneself. I’ll be here to supportively walk with you when you’re ready.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I can truly say that life hasn’t been entirely peachy keen for me, but it has offered detailed introspection that granted me the opportunity to heal, grow, and explore. The debilitating force of fear prohibited me from doing the internal work during the early stages of my life but as I evolved I realized that confronting my fears was the only way to find the peace that the external world could not offer. I also acknowledge the strength that was rewarded from examining my perceived limitations and taking full responsibility for my life. My international quests to Bali and India to further my career as a registered yoga teacher granted me the tools to better label the internal chaos that was reeking havoc over my life. These tools also helped me to disassociate with behavioral patterns that were not mine to begin with, but internalized habits perpetuated by biological circumstances, social interactions, and my environment.