I was drawn to become a therapist after working with parents of children with special needs and developmental delays and sensing that I wanted to continue to deepen my work. I am trained as a Circle of Security Parenting Facilitator®, a parenting program that helps caregivers understand and support their children and enhance their relationships. I have experience with infancy, early childhood, and maternal mental health and am passionate about working with parents.
I am drawn to support women who are dealing with co-dependency, low self-esteem, perfectionism, challenges with romantic relationships and career/work challenges.
I have experience with 12-step recovery and love to support women and men dealing with adult-child issues, codependency, self-esteem, and developing healthy coping and self-care habits.
I believe in supporting women dealing with depression, anxiety, work-place and relationship challenges. I am passionate about helping women who are dealing with perfectionism, low-self-esteem and codependency.
I have a strong belief in attachment as the foundation of relationship challenges and self-esteem challenges and this informs my work with individuals, and specifically with parents of young children.
I believe in the inherent worth of every human being and have a compassionate, warm and gentle approach in my work with clients.
Psychodynamic theory is part of the foundation of my work with clients. I use the psychodyanmic lens to explore how childhood issues and trauma are affecting my clients sense of self and their relationships with others and the world around them.
Psychodynamic theory is part of the foundation of my work with clients. I use the psychodyanamic lens to explore how childhood issues and trauma are affecting my clients sense of self and their relationships with others and the world around them.