Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Harm Reduction, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Motivational Interviewing, Solution-focused, Strengths-based
Welcome to my practice! Are you currently navigating a challenging phase in your life and seeking support? As a seasoned psychotherapist with over two decades of experience, my passion lies in assisting adults like you during difficult times. If you're facing hurdles in your relationships, whether with yourself or others, rest assured that you're not alone on this journey.
Throughout my career in the behavioral health field, I have supported countless clients navigating life's intricate transitions, offering effective strategies for managing feelings and shedding behaviors no longer serving their growth. My commitment is to empower you to foster healthier relationships, while cultivating a profound sense of self-awareness and empathy for both you and those in your life.
You are the foremost authority on your own life, and together, we will embark on a collaborative journey. Leveraging your unique insights and my expertise, together we will define your goals and create a personalized roadmap to achieve them. Through our partnership, you'll develop the skills to challenge unhelpful thoughts and behaviors, making way for more supportive patterns that align with your current identity and future aspirations. I'm looking forward to working with you.
BA - Psychology, UC Santa Cruz
MS - Social Work, Columbia University
To provide compassion, understanding, and help to others
My family, theater and the arts, and entertaining friends.
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A local non-profit musical theater company! It's run by two of my friends who I grew up doing community theater with and they are providing an amazing space for the youth in our community to express themselves.
Weekend getaways with my husband.
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