I provide online collaborative therapy + coaching for people with stress, life transitions, relationship, sex, and intimacy concerns.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Vancouver, WA
Sex Therapy addresses the improvement of sexual function, and the treatment of sexual dysfunctions. It can be difficult or uncomfortable speaking about topics of sexuality or sexual dysfunction - it's important to know you're not alone. I strive to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment to share these concerns to help you achieve your sex and intimacy goals.
For any couple seeking to build on their relationship skills, or need a relationship tune-up when going through a difficult life transition, brief couples therapy might be a great option! Communication, listening, conflict-resolution, boundaries, promotion of deeper insight, and cultivating intimacy are some of the skills included in brief couples therapy.
I frequently use Mindfulness, Solution-Focused, Narrative, Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT), psychoeducation, and skill building methods when working together to help you accomplish your goals and manage stress.
I believe in working from an overall holistic approach with clients and we are impacted and influenced by everything around us.
I frequently utilize Solution Focused Therapy to help clients build support systems, increase coping skills, and create immediate, and positive change in their lives.
I frequently utilize EFT when working with couples in monogamous or open relationships.
Part of being human involves experiencing some sort of stress. I work with clients to help them better manage their stress by creating self-care plans, increasing coping skills, and teaching better methods to manage stressful situations.
I work with clients who struggle with current burnout, or those already in recovery from burnout. Having experienced burnout myself I know it can be a difficult thing to overcome and feel helpless at times, but healing is possible. I frequently help clients create better self-care routines, set boundaries, maintain or build support systems, and increase coping skills.
I work with individuals or couples interested in exploring polyamorous or open relationships, or clients seeking to enhance or work on their current relationships. I frequently use skill-building techniques such as communication, setting boundaries, and listening skills when I work with clients.