I practice feminist and contemporary psychodynamic therapy, which is a depth oriented approach that sees your problems as a result of your whole story. It makes sense of the how and why you struggle. My style of therapy aims for you to know your own heart and mind in ways that might be new to you, and to help you understand how your past impacts your present. Commonly, people see me when other modalities have felt sterile, unhelpful, or they have yet to feel understood. I encourage you to read about the effectiveness of psychodynamic therapy and see if this could be the right approach for you. Psychodynamic treatment can last as long as it needs to, it centers the client-therapist relationship, and it can help with almost any problem.
Transparency, critical thinking, humility, and common sense through an anti-oppressive lens are the values that drive my practice. I participate in continuing education every year in subjects like ethics, diversity/inclusion, and evidence based practices. I am neurodivergent affirming, LGBTQ+ friendly, and HAES (health at every size) informed. I aim to meet you wherever you're at.
With over a decade of experience in mental health, I've never lost sight of how hard it is to find a good therapist match and how vulnerable it feels to reach out. I strive to respond to all inquiries within two business days.
The Benefits of Working With Me
As a therapist, I understand the importance of prioritizing my own health in order to offer exceptional care to my clients. That is why I choose to maintain a small practice, ensuring that I can provide an elevated therapy experience. I’m proud to work from a place of abundance rather than burnout. What does this mean for you? In our work together you can expect:
- Flexible scheduling
- Quick response times between sessions
- Progressive, person centered patient care
- Flexible and individualized treatment options to fit your specific needs
- Support navigating your out-of-network benefits
- Access to my network of other preferred healthcare referrals such as psychiatric prescribers, primary care, neurodiversity specialists, dieticians, etc.