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We live in a busy, fast-paced world. Living with stress, anxiety and depression can feel almost normal. Almost… yet, there’s a sense that things could be easier. Many come to therapy to find another way, whether it be to gain clarity, manage stress better, improve relationships, or to cope with a major life transition, loss or trauma.

While taking time out of a busy schedule to practice self-care can seem daunting, meeting the need for support and healing can be the most important time we spend for ourselves and those we love.

It is an honor for me to walk this journey with you.



Individual Psychotherapy

Individual Psychotherapy sessions are client-centered and tailored to each individual’s unique needs, strengths, and preferences.



Groups can be a great supplement to individual work, or as a continuation for individuals who have completed individual psychotherapy but would like to continue self-exploration in a group context.


Mindfulness Coaching

Mindfulness is a powerful tool for paying attention to the present moment. Application of this practice requires that one cultivate qualities such as non-judgement, curiosity, and kindness.

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Online Therapy

Online therapy (aka “telehealth”) brings the therapy session to you in the comfort of a private location of your choice. Forget about fighting traffic, long commutes, or having to find a babysitter.

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Mindfulness-based Somatic Psychotherapy

Adult psychotherapy sessions incorporate a blend of Somatic Experiencing, mindfulness, expressive arts, and psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Online Therapy

Forget about fighting traffic, long commutes, or having to find a babysitter. Schedule your Online Therapy session today.

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