Life can be complex, especially when filled with challenges like anxiety, trauma, attachment issues, and the delicate nature of modern relationships. If you're looking to break free from unhelpful patterns, forge deeper connections, and rediscover your authentic self, you're in the right place. I’m here to help you heal and transform in a safe, non-judgmental, and friendly space.
My sessions are designed to feel like you’re talking to a trusted friend, and I believe that humor can be a powerful tool in the therapeutic process. When you’re ready, we’ll dive deep to address the root of your pain, working together to facilitate insight that promotes lasting healing and personal growth.
MA - Counseling Psychology, Santa Clara University
I have always been passionate about helping people! Before I became a therapist, I was working in affordable housing. I found myself constantly frustrated because I didn't feel like I could help people the way I wanted to. After reflecting on my own transformational experience in therapy, I decided that becoming a therapist was the most effective way I could help people.
I am really passionate about music! I can often be found at record stores or concerts. I also love reading and cooking!
I try to be mindful of incorporating movement into each day! Whether that's attending a dance class, going to the gym for a weight lifting session, or just stretching at home. Daily movement helps support my emotional well-being.
I've read The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller multiple times because it is so heart-achingly beautiful and I cannot get enough of it.
I support my local ASPA because I love animals and am passionate about adopting them!
In order to recharge, I like to knit while watching reality tv!
I have two adorable cats: Sookie and Cassidy. Sookie is a cuddly, sweet, fluffy black cat who follows me everywhere. Cassidy is a chatty, sassy, hyper-independent rag doll cat.
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