What is therapy?

Supportive. Collaborative. Transformative.

Therapy is a process where you and I work together in a supportive and collaborative relationship to explore behaviors, thoughts, feelings and relationships. Through this exploration, therapeutic conversations can lead to greater awareness and insight, inner fulfillment, development of new skills and coping strategies, and maintaining healthier relationships.

Oftentimes, life gets tough and we may feel stuck; we are left feeling in need of a new, knowledgeable perspective that provides clarity, consideration, a better sense of understanding, and how to successfully address our discomforts. In these times of need there is something very special about forming a therapeutic relationship in the sense that, as your therapist, my sole purpose is to be there for you. I offer an environment that practices true non-judgement, empathy, and compassion to create a safe space in which deep reflection and transformation occur.

As we combine your openness to growth with my clinical training and personalized approach, we can navigate through difficult times and begin working towards the achievement of your goals – no matter how big or small.

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Who can benefit?

Everyone. Yes.. really!
Gaining insight and connection, and supporting personal growth is a journey all people can benefit from.

  • Are you feeling overwhelmed or stressed?
  • Do your emotional worries affect your sleep, eating, or relationships?
  • Does your past affect your present-day life?
  • Are you in need of some changes in life but don’t know where to start?
  • Are you ready for some new coping skills to help with life’s daily stressors?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, or are looking for more clarity, confidence and peace of mind, therapy may be an amazing resource for you.

Some challenges that people may seek therapy for include:

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Communication or social skill development
  • Life transitions
  • Stress
  • Postpartum depression
  • Psychedelic experience integration
  • Finding more meaning in life
  • Relationship or family concerns
  • Addiction
  • Grief and loss
  • Childhood abuse or trauma
  • Anger management
  • Low self-esteem

This list is not all-inclusive, and many people will identify with more than one of these issues. Humans are dynamic and problems arise from a multifaceted context that impact us in a variety of ways. Therapy can help you gain insight into these factors, get you in touch with your values, and create maintainable balance.