Therapy is a place where we can access our truest selves, explore our relational patterns, and let go of what no longer serves us. I believe that slowing down, really listening and deepening into our bodies creates the conditions for change where one’s innate wholeness can emerge.
My therapeutic approach is relational and is influenced by Hakomi, Internal Family Systems, Attachment Theory, and Polyvagal Theory. My work is also deeply influenced by my background in dance and movement from a young age.
I am a White, queer, non-binary therapist with an intersectional feminist lens. I am honored to support individuals and couples in their journey.
“In today’s America, we tend to think of healing as something binary: either we’re broken or we’re healed from that brokenness. But that’s not how healing operates, and it’s almost never how human growth works. More often, healing and growth take place on a continuum, with innumerable points between utter brokenness and total health.”