My focus is helping clients regain a sense of balance and well-being in their lives. I work to guide clients towards increased self-understanding and relief. I believe in a collaborative approach that is strength-based, trauma-informed, goal-driven, and non-judgmental. I believe in giving my clients tools to practice—both in the counseling session and in their lives—to move toward the change they are looking for.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified Yoga Calm Teacher, Licensed School Counselor, and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) I offer:
A Trauma Informed lens and approach
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills (Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness)
Group Mindful Movement/Yoga/Wellness workshops
Am I the Right Counselor for You?
Finding the right fit for a counselor is incredibly important so that you can find safety and comfort to create the healing and transformation you are looking for. If you answer yes, to any of the following questions, give me a call! I may be the fit for you.
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Are you the parent of a teen or pre-teen who is experiencing chronic stress, worry, anxiety, or insecurities that are impacting their happiness and growth?
Are you a parent or couple feeling lost in the racing around of parenthood? Looking for support to reconnect to your couple relationship and/or your identity and self outside of parenthood?
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