Neuroscience is showing us what we have known instinctually forever; that it is through nurturing relationships that healing and human growth occurs. If we have been wounded in relationship or have unresolved trauma from the past, our fear can prevent us from seeking and maintaining nurturing and safe connections with self and others. As a therapist, I consider it an honor to provide a compassionate, safe and supportive environment on your journey toward wellness.
I have worked professionally for over ten years with a training background in trauma, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, addictions, relationship difficulties, grief, and attachment concerns.
My approach is interactive and needs-based, drawing primarily from Family Systems, Psychodynamic, Attachment and Interpersonal Neurobiology studies in combination with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy principles. I have specialized training in The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy which integrates Attachment, Differentiation, and Neuroscience.