I utilize evidence-based techniques and an eclectic approach in practice, combining elements from multiple areas to suit your needs. In particular, I often draw from humanistic psychology, systems theory, and existentialism in the exploration of self-actualization and addressing barriers. I also draw from CBT, MI, Narrative, strengths-based, somatic and mindfulness approaches. I have experience working in community mobile intervention and group practice settings. There, I served individuals and families – often in marginalized or underserved communities – experiencing crises related to mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, complex medical/caregiving needs, hoarding, and advocacy needs.