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Therapy Services



In my sessions, I integrate a trauma-focused approach with mindfulness, somatic awareness, and a relational and attachment-based lens, to help individuals seeking a new perspective on the roadblocks that are keeping them stuck. Whether those roadblocks present as depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship issues, or addiction—we will address the emotional obstacles and patterns that are limiting you in a compassionate and non-judgmental way. 



Couples who come to therapy often find they are either “too intertwined” or their lives are so separate they’ve come to feel “like roommates.” Differing attachment styles and negative patterns of interaction can often result in conflict, disconnection, and loss of intimacy.


In couples therapy, I aim to bring those patterns to the forefront so we can find ways to change them and the conversations that you're having. What would it be like to find the connection and joy that brought you and your partner together in the first place?


I work with couples of all ages and backgrounds, LGBTQIA+ couples, couples in the early stages of partnership, and couples facing major life transitions.


EMDR Therapy

Trauma comes in all shapes and sizes, affecting each of us in unique ways that may or may not linger long after the traumatic event or period has ended. How we cope with that trauma (big or small) can show up in our behavior, thoughts, images, or physical sensations and in turn, negatively impact our relationships, our work, and our sense of self. That’s where EMDR can play a life-changing role.


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a research-driven, evidenced-based approach of psychotherapy that uses eye movements or other bilateral stimulation to aid in reprocessing painful experiences in such a way as to help integrate them, rather than continue to relive the past experience in the present. It has been used for the treatment of anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), complex trauma, and addiction. EMDR is also helpful for addressing blocking beliefs that may be limiting a person’s sense of self. Procrastination, writer’s block, professional performance anxiety in the workplace, and other difficulties for high-performance or creative individuals may also be rooted in unprocessed memories, images, or sensations that can be reprocessed and positive beliefs re-integrated using EMDR.


If you experience ongoing issues from childhood, from a single traumatic event, or you’re looking to improve your performance creatively and/or professionally, let’s talk about whether EMDR is right for you. You can find out more at or watch this short video explaining EMDR.

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