COVID-19 Update - Telehealth
I am seeing all clients over videoconference or phone due to COVID-19. My practice is not open to new clients at this time. Take good care!
For over 25 years, my passion and professional focus has been on psychotherapy, both providing therapy to clients and training future therapists. My experiential approach to counseling is grounded in interpersonal and emotion-focused psychotherapy, and my style is collaborative, interactive, and compassionate. I often draw on neurobiologically-informed treatment modalities to speed the process of healing from patterns and wounds that leave people feeling stuck, emotionally-numb, or cut-off from themselves and others. I love my work; seeing clients flourish and take risks to improve their lives and feel more empowered nourishes my heart and my commitment to this field.
Individual Psychotherapy: I provide individual psychotherapy to adults throughout the life span, age 17 and older. Sessions are scheduled as frequently as needed. I am able to accommodate multiple sessions per week for individuals requiring intensive treatment, and can also see clients during evening and weekend hours.
Consultation with New Therapists: I welcome the opportunity to provide therapy or consultation to new professionals in the counseling professions. Being in counseling in the early phases of professional development is inordinately helpful in learning how to be a more effective and skillful therapist.
Walk & Talk Sessions: My office is conveniently located along the Interurban Trail, allowing for the possibility of "walk and talk" sessions. The simple act of walking together during a session is an effective way to settle anxiety and clear the mind.
Areas of Expertise
I provide individual psychotherapy to adults facing a wide array of life stressors and emotional challenges. Areas of expertise include:
• Grief and Loss
• Depression and anxiety
• Eating Disorders
• Difficult childhood experiences
• Relationship problems
• The aftermath of trauma
• Non-consensual sex and sexual assault
• Life transitions
• College student stress (e.g., academic, first generation, loneliness, break-ups)