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Dramatic Sunset

Population I tend to work with 

  • ​Persons experiencing grief and loss

  • Anxiety, depression, transitional life periods.

  • Persons recovering from traumatic events/experiences/ sexual assault survivors

  • LGBTQIAA+ persons, trans youth

  • Sex workers

  • Families 

  • Couples 

  • Poly/Kink+ communities

  • First generational individuals 

  • Persons with disabilities or caregiver 

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Other Areas of Expertise/Interest

  • Sexual Assault & Trauma

  • Anxiety & depression

  • Grief and loss

  • Attachment healing

  • Persons in kink/BDSM 


  • Activists

  • Teens

  • Suicidal ideation

  • Waldorf education

  • Attachment parenting 

  • Co-parenting


Certifications and Supplemental Training

  • Somatically Trained Psychotherapy 

  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

  • Trauma-Informed Psychotherapy

  • Sand Tray Therapy


 Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery. In our sessions we find old patterns that do not serve you and new growth that will offer new patterns to enjoy a more fulfilling life. I will use many methods with you exploring emotions, thoughts, body sensations and behavior. I work collaboratively with you to set goals and treatment that is personal to your needs and situation in a non-judgmental environment. 

 Examples of why one would seek therapy:

  • Anxiety and worry  

  • Relationship problems

  • Depression

  • Grief & loss

  • Trauma

  • Cross cultural and diversity issues

  • Life transitions (parenting, job, marriage, caring for older parents or disable child)


 Couples seek therapy for a wide range of reasons. I work with attachment patterns to help with communication, repairing trust and or connection after a betrayal.  When we are in these vulnerable, intimate relationships it offers us a chance to heal old wounds that have been programed in us from childhood. Relationships can be very hurtful but also an opportunity to have healing and a stronger relationship. It takes hard work, commitment, communication and intention.

Examples of why couples may seek therapy:

  • Communication, conflict resolution

  • Consciously ending relationship

  • Fighting and anger issues

  • In-law struggles, transitional life events

  • Multi-cultural

  • religion, values, addiction, 

  • opening a relationship


Teen years are a transitional time that can take a lot of sensitivity and care. It can be a challenging time for both teens and caregivers. During this stage, teens are experiencing tremendous amounts of growth; mentally, physically and emotionally. A lot of times we see new behavior and a lack of communication. I help teens learn language to emotions, learn techniques to help regulate, learn skills that they can use to make healthier choices and relationships around them. 

Examples of why teens may seek therapy:

  • Divorce caregivers

  • Anxiety and depression 

  • Body image

  • Blended families

  • Relationship, friends, pressure

  • Trauma

  • Risky behavior

  • Anger, grief and loss

Consulting/ Workshops

Workshop and project fees may vary depending on the scope and duration of the engagement. Reduced rates are available for multiple services, workshops, as well as for non-profit organizations

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