I aspire to create a safe space that is collaborative, compassionate, and welcoming. I believe that the client-therapist relationship is the most important anchor in therapy. Entering into therapy can feel vulnerable, and I see this as a leap of courage and a desire to reconnect with lived experience and our deeper layers. I respect individuals’ stories, identities, inner resources, and survival mechanisms learned over time. As a therapist, I make it my mission to meet you where you are and to walk alongside you.
My approach to therapy is integrative and individualized. I strive to build safety and encourage my clients to mindfully tune in, learn from their bodies, and act as a witness to thoughts and emotions. I also aim to support my clients as they rediscover self-compassion and engage with their innate wisdom. By doing this, we can achieve a more balanced relationship with the self, our various parts, and the people in our lives.
I hold a Master’s Degree from Roosevelt University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Certified Thanatologist, Grief Support Specialist, and an EMDR-trained therapist.
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