It's okay to ask for help. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I work with clients to create change. I prioritize creating a safe and non-judgmental holding place for my clients to explore fears, insecurities and wounds without censorship, and to ultimately come to a place of healing and peace. My approach to therapy is primarily person-centered, which means that I follow your lead as I help you reach your goals. We often hold the solutions to the issues we face, but need space to discover them within a trusting, collaborative therapeutic relationship.
I enjoy working with clients facing grief and loss, perinatal mental health issues (concerns that arise during pregnancy or during the postpartum period), codependency, feelings of stagnation, low self-esteem, work stress, relationship problems, depression and anxiety, caregiver burnout, and issues related to foster care and adoption. I also specialize in working with individuals who have disabilities, as well as with the families and caregivers who support them.
As a trained Family Systems therapist, I love working with families to help rise out of cycles of conflict or unhealthy patterns to work towards a healthier family system. I completed my graduate work at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA and am experienced in the integration of faith and spirituality within Psychotherapy.