A therapy space to value, honor, and uplift intersecting identities that one person holds. Everyone is deserving of safety and connection.
Clinical Social Worker in Austin, TX
I approach grief with the foundational understanding that your grief is your love, and I hope to meet you in a space of compassion as you are. My belief is that your pregnancy, your baby, or your loved one is not something to be left in the past, or to move on from. It is hard to grieve in a society that values restraint, but my hope is that you have a space to grieve in your own unique way. I have been fortunate to have received advanced training through the MISS foundation.
My hope is to create a space where you can come completely as you are. I want to create a space for the unspeakable to be spoken and for you to share all of you and be met with compassion and non-judgement, which is a need for all women on the journey to pregnancy and during the postpartum period. I’ve completed advanced training through Postpartum Support International and completed the requirements for a certification in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C).
I have expertise in working with women (whether born biologically a woman or identifying as a woman), during transitions in their lives – such as transition to adulthood, becoming a mom, choosing not to become a mom, fertility issues, or relationship difficulties. I provide comprehensive counseling for all reproductive rights. I stand by all of my clients and their right to choose their own healthcare, as well as ensuring that that everyone retains control and autonomy over their own body.