I draw from many therapeutic orientations and influences, including attachment theory, mindfulness, self compassion, creative art therapy and neuroscience. My goal is to communicate in a way that best suites each person who sits with me regardless of where they are in their path or belief.

At heart, I come from a holistic approach which means I like to work with the “whole person,”   investigating the connections between the mind, body and heart and exploring the stories and relationships that define each person.

In a nutshell, this means that I work from a place of curiosity, awareness, creativity, non-judgement and compassion.  I help clients notice what they’re doing, how they’re doing it  and how they can move towards where they want to be, while bringing full acceptance to the here and now.

I believe therapy is a collaborative process in which the therapist listens with neutrality and objectivity. Together, we will work to understand how your lifestyle choices or thought patterns may no longer be serving you. Over time, you will have the chance to develop and modify new ways of being, which will ultimately bringing you closer to your ideal self. Along the way, I will be by your side, offering guidance, questions, tips and strategies to help you find relief and build confidence in yourself.

Through our work together you will build a new set tools to create the life, relationships, and work that you truly desire.

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