Graduating in 2012, I obtained a Master’s Degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Prior to becoming a licensed clinician, I studied dance and therapeutic massage. Yoga and meditation are central practices in my personal life and I support the women I work with to discover and integrate mindfulness practices that work for them. My approach to therapy is relational and collaborative. You will find me to be warm and fiercely committed to your therapeutic growth. When we meet, I will suggest ways we can explore what you are bringing into therapy. This may be through a guided meditation, body awareness, breathing exercises, sensing into your emotions, or authentic movement. We will also talk through ways to move beyond old beliefs, patterns, and stories that you would like to let go of. Helping you to uncover your unique ability to heal from past wounds so that you can move towards joy is my commitment to you as your therapist.