There is nothing wrong with you.
You are enough. You are worthy. You belong.
You are human.
You have wounds, fears, & stress that impact your emotional wellness.
You may have unhelpful thoughts, subconscious beliefs, and self-limiting behaviors
that inhibit your ability to live in alignment with your truth.
You have a well intentioned inner critic who keeps you small, and seemingly safe.
You are not alone.
You are capable of so much more, dear one.
You have a deep wisdom, a capacity for healing,
and everything you need to come home to your wholeness.
As your ally, I offer tools & strategies that promote
self compassion, radical acceptance, and relentless self love.
Talk therapy alone is sometimes not enough.
I incorporate mindfulness, therapeutic movement, energy medicine, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, creative arts modalities, wound and shadow work, psycho-spiritual practices, and other interventions as needed to empower transformation.
My mission is to empower you to be the agent of change in your own life.
I want you to deeply know, accept, and adore yourself.
I want to support you in cultivating courage & compassion
so you may live in alignment with the truth of who you really are.
Therapeutic Interventions & Clinical Perspectives
Mindfulness & Mindful Self Compassion
Yoga & Therapeutic Movement
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
& Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Creative Art Modalities (i.e art, music, dance)
Nature Based Interventions
Depth Psychology (shadow/wound work, & dream tending)
Reiki: Energy Medicine
Ceremony, Ritual & Rites of Passage
Sexuality & Gender Identity
Adolescence & Young Adulthood
Life Transitions & Adjustments
Divorce & Separation
Addiction & Dissociation
Attachment, Codependency, Relationships
Premarital & Couples Counseling
Wound & Shadow
Self Compassion & Self Love
Singles & The Recently HeartBroken
Integrative Counseling Sessions are $75 - $120 an hour
Financial Scholarships available for people of color, queer community, single mothers, helping professionals, educators, and low socio-economic communities