I approach therapy from the perspective that we all have inner wisdom, courage, and resilience. Sometimes, however, these strengths are blocked, forgotten, or have been inaccessible to you. I encourage you to become compassionately curious about yourself so that you can develop insight into these block and plans of action to overcome them. I work from a “strength-based” perspective which encourages you to focus and hone in on your strengths, while carefully and objectively addressing and confronting the factors keeping you from living a full, authentic, peaceful, inspired, and empowered life. Whether you are struggling with trauma, grief or a life transition, feeling depressed, anxious, angry, or stuck, I can help you develop self-love and insight so that you can move forward and make healthier decisions. I work with clients from different backgrounds and particularly enjoy working with women, minorities, creatives, and the LGBTQI community.I work from a relational perspective, meaning we’ll use mindfulness, curiosity, and authenticity in our work. I’m an active therapist and encourage you to be an active participant in our work. Through insight, mindfulness, and connection, I hope you will feel more grounded, and connected to yourself, your work and your relationships.