About My Clients
Sometimes our thoughts and emotions can feel really overwhelming. It can be really difficult to sort through it all. My hope is to be a safe space for you to grow, learn, and heal. I specialize in women's health. I am trained by Postpartum Support International on Perinatal Mood & Anxiety disorders. If you are experiencing struggles with pregnancy/postpartum, have a history of birth trauma, anxiety, low self-esteem, low mood, or chronic worry, I would be honored to help navigate through it.
My Background and Approach
I build trusting relationships with my clients based on mutual respect, genuine care, laughter, and vulnerability. I blend my style of therapy using evidence-based treatment (what's proven to work) with holistic and individualized methods (it's not one-size fits all). I care about what makes you, you. I care about the journey you have taken and the journey you wish to take. I strive to assist you in creating the life you want to live through healing past/present wounds and focusing on ways to increase your quality of daily life.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I am a firm believer that a strong therapeutic relationship is invaluable. It is pivotal that you trust me. That you feel genuinely cared about, heard, and supported. We are a team: I take a collaborative approach. I am here to help you learn skills to assist yourself in healing, and gain confidence to realize that YOU ARE CAPABLE of living the life you'd like to have. I believe that love is love. I am unequivocally an LGBTQ+ ally and BLM supporter. I am human first, therapist second. I am consistently and constantly learning and unlearning. I believe that it is important to challenge our socialization and have ongoing dialogue around multicultural diversity, gender/sex discrimination, and all pivotal and relevant social justice issues. I believe it is important to unpack all our own "stuff" so that we can become the best version of ourselves and best serve those around us (especially our children) by not letting past experiences hinder new ones.