An intentional space for compassionate therapy. Growth has to start somewhere, let’s plant that seed together.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Seattle, WA
Training from Henry Benson Institute’s SMART (Stress Management and Resiliency Training) Program for Mind Body Medicine
As a daughter of Filipino immigrants, I hope to invite my fellow pinays/pinoys/pinxys to start the healing process with our family members. Children of immigrants can easily brush off uncomfortable feelings because we were taught to internalize rather than seek outside help, ultimately creating a sense of intergenerational trauma. There can be balance in preserving our Filipino culture and advocating for non-toxic communication with our families. Conversations with our family do not have to be h
My recent experience has been supporting cancer patients and their loved ones for the last 6+ years. I can help you navigate the oncology world and cope with feelings that arise from cancer, both as a patient and as a caregiver. Additionally, therapy can help start or continue your healing process if you have ever lost a loved one to cancer. Grief never goes away, but with the right tools, you can still find joy in remembering your loved one.
As a medical social worker, I have a strong interest in offering a therapeutic space for medical professionals, especially given the challenges of navigating a global pandemic. It is no surprise that healthcare workers are often the last people to seek support because we dedicate our lives to putting others first. It is time to prioritize your own mental health in order to be present for those you care for.