Contemplative psychotherapist, witness and guide to your inner experience & transformation
Psychotherapist in arvada, CO
Supervised by Kate Josephson, MA, LPC
It is not until we feel our trauma that it can transform from something that feels like an immediate threat in our bodies to something that happened. This is possible. I am trained in both sensorimotor psychotherapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), which are both somatic approaches to treating trauma. This means that we go beyond the trauma narrative to where it lives in our body to set it free.
Anxiety is unique to each individual. You may feel it in your body or you may feel completely disconnected from your body and be busy in your mind. My first step in treating someone with anxiety is understanding how it is presenting for them and then moving forward from there.
I specialize working with people suffering from binge eating disorder. The first step to freedom from the binge cycle is to ask for help (hey! you are already looking!), say goodbye to restricting and diets, and realign with your authentic self and body.
My Masters in Clinical Mental Health counseling was embedded on a foundation of mindfulness training including 9 intensive meditation retreats, regular meetings with a mindfulness instructor, and meditation and mindfulness weaved throughout class time and ciriculum.
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute Level I Trauma Themes training in progress Maiberger Institute EMDR training in progress
Masters of Clinical Mental Health - focus on Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology