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Are you hoping to become more engaged and present in your life? To change your relationship with anxiety and stress? To live true to yourself and what you value?


Are you juggling work stress, family dynamics, parenting, or major life transitions such as a new career or post-college life?


Are you wanting to pursue personal growth, self-care, and increase your sense of self-worth? 

Are you a couple wanting to rebuild a sense of partnership, trust, and connection? 

People who have been hurt in relationships also heal through relationships. Finding the right relational fit for a therapist can be a challenge.  We all have times in our lives where we need outside support and a knowledgeable sounding board.   My hope for you is that you find a therapist who is compassionate, knowledgeable, collaborative, and makes you feel safe and encouraged.  This is how I aspire to operate in my practice.  


If you would like to learn more about my approach, have questions, or would like to find a time to meet, contact me today.  

My Values as a Therapist:


I value a practical, collaborative and personalized approach to your therapy experience. 


I value honesty, humility, and self-compassion. 


I value my clients and their self-advocacy and resiliency.  


I value humor, engaging in life with a sense of adventure and gratitude, and being holistically healthy. 

I believe in identifying and building on personal strengths, and equipping you with practical life skills to get you to where you want to be.

I believe in the transformative power of a safe, supportive, collaborative and confidential relationship that therapy provides.  


I value creating a compassionate, non-judgmental space to be heard and listened to. 


I value being a neutral support person and a knowledgeable sounding board.  


I believe It’s important to have a therapist you feel safe with and encouraged by.  This is how I aspire to operate in my practice.

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