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I believe that we all have the capacity to arrive at our own solutions, yet sometimes, we may need some extra support and guidance. I view our therapeutic relationship as a space for you to safely explore your ever-evolving thoughts, values, emotions and relationships. In individual therapy, I work with a wide array of presenting concerns, such as anxiety, boundary issues, relational conflict, familial wounds, perfectionism, relationship anxiety, identity development, self-image, and more. I use humor and compassion to create a supportive and challenging environment.


Working on your relationship in therapy can be a hard, emotional process, and making the decision to pursue couples' therapy is not always an easy one. I use an interactive, direct approach to help couples identify and disrupt unhelpful patterns of behavior and communication, ultimately transforming conflict and negativity into mutual respect and responsiveness. My relational work is largely informed by Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), an evidence-based treatment modality, along with General Systems Theory. I have also completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Additionally, I am a certified Prepare-Enrich Facilitator, an assessment I use with premarital couples. My areas of specialization in couples' work include: poor communication, high levels of conflict, improving trust, creating a deeper connection, and pre-marital counseling.


Teenage years tend to be filled with newness and discovery. I use a warm and non-judgmental approach (and lots of humor) to ease some of the discomfort that may come with speaking with a therapist. I want my teenage clients to feel empowered by our relationship, and creating an open, trusting environment is my top priority. Most of my teenage clients may struggle with relational conflict, boundaries, perfectionism, anxiety, or identity development.


As a systemically trained therapist, I have an extensive background working with families. Some of the presenting concerns I have supported families in navigating are as follows: poor communication, low levels of trust, disconnection, blending families, parental separation, boundaries, and more. Through feedback loops, I support families in better understanding how certain dynamics are maintained so that they can introduce alternative behaviors and practices to create the relationships they desire. My style in working with families is rooted in a blend of compassion and accountability, with the hope that each family member feels appropriately heard and challenged.

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