Languages I Speak: English
My vision is to offer integrative, strength-based approaches to help clients develop their own authentic voices and pursue their unique paths to individual fulfillment. Professionally and personally, I am deeply devoted to the empowerment of disenfranchised groups, and highly attuned to the issues facing minority communities, those with intersecting minority identities, and other victims of discrimination in our society. I also have an enduring commitment to creating a safe space for LGBTQ+ folks within which they can prioritize their mental health needs/goals.
Interpersonally, I would describe myself as collaborative, empathic, authentic, present and engaged during sessions with my clients. I prefer to work with more fluidity, spontaneity, and less structure in sessions (although I can and will utilize more structured approaches when appropriate or desired by the client), and I believe that the therapeutic relationship is the primary vehicle for the meaningful change clients seek in their lives.
Body-Mind Psychotherapy, Breathwork, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Critical Incident Stress Management, Developmental Psychology, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Dreamwork, Existential Psychotherapy, Exposure Therapy, Feminist Therapy, Group Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), Mindfulness-Based Interventions, Object Relations, Psychodynamic, Relational-Cultural Psychotherapy, Schema Therapy.
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