Locations: Andersonville & The Loop
Languages I Speak: English
I take a client-centered focus in therapy; meaning I believe you are the expert of your experience. As a trauma-informed therapist, I think it is important to meet you where you are with the recognition that healing and growth are not linear. I approach this by building a strong therapeutic relationship. This relationship develops into a trust where you and I can work collaboratively for you to make the desired change you’re seeking.
My goal is to bring compassionate, non-judgmental, and trauma-informed care to the therapeutic experience. My approach is person-centered, strengths-based and informed by social justice, intersectionality, and ecological systems theory. I like to begin therapy by asking questions and establishing trust in order to collaborate on goals informed by your needs and interests. My hope is to create a space where you feel comfortable sharing what is (and isn’t) working for you. If applicable, I bring art therapy interventions into sessions in addition to behavioral and cognitive interventions. I might provide resources such as worksheets, videos, and books; or I might suggest “homework” to help implement skills outside of sessions. Ultimately, the therapy experience will be unique to your personal journey, and my role as a therapist is to act as an encouraging guide and reliable resource for you while emphasizing grace, patience, and self-compassion.
Adlerian Psychology / Psychotherapy, Anger Management, Art Therapy, Bibliotherapy, Breathwork, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Creative Art Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Family Constellations, Feminist Therapy, Group Therapy, Humanistic Psychology (humanism), Mindfulness-Based Interventions, Narrative Therapy, Neuropsychology, Person-Centered Therapy (Rogerian Therapy), Play Therapy, Positive Psychology, Self-Acceptance Training, Solution-Based Brief Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy.
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