I think of therapy as a means to help you develop a new awareness of yourself and your relationships, and identify how your life experiences have helped to make you who you are. With this awareness, you can identify stuck places and habitual responses that keep you stuck. You can also practice new ways of seeing yourself and of being in the world in alignment with your deepest values and desires.
My work is informed by a range of theories — primarily, Buddhist Psychotherapy, Attachment and Interpersonal Neurobiology, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy — and my approach is tailored to each client’s individual needs. We work together to identify your unique resources and abilities, and draw on these to find solutions for any difficulties you may be experiencing. During the course of your therapy, we may deal with issues from the past or goals for the future, both of which can offer greater insight and open the door to further growth.
Psychotherapist and Counselor