We all struggle at some point in our lives; I believe struggle is part of the human experience. When we find ourselves struggling or feeling unprepared for life’s challenges, we can feel isolated and alone. My role is to normalize this human experience and find ways for clients to feel more empowered and confident in order to reach their goals. I consider my relationship with clients to be a collaborative partnership; I will help you tune out the external and internal expectations so you can connect with what really matters to you now. Together, we will explore your goals and how we can address the worry, anxiety, isolation, guilt, grief, or unhelpful patterns in life that are barriers to reaching your potential. I use an eclectic blend of approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy, to address your unique needs and learning style.