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Individual Therapy

I specialize in helping adults who are struggling with anxiety, grief, and life transition issues.

Using an integrative approach, I pull from Experiential, Existential, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies. Additionally, I am EMDR level II trained and have a background in treating trauma (worked for over a decade at a Veteran Affairs Hospital). 

After assessing your unique needs, listening deeply and learning about your story, we collaboratively create a treatment plan that utilizes your strengths, acknowledges the mind-body connection, and takes advantage of my expertise and knowledge of research-supported therapies. This helps to guide our work together and lets us know that we're on the right track. 

Couples Therapy

All relationships need time and attention. Some seasons of life are harder than others to stay on the same page. Whether you and your partner have been slowly drifting apart for many years or are in the midst of a crisis, Couples Therapy can help. I am trained in Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy (IBCT) and frequently use tools from the work of Drs. John & Julie Gottman (The Gottman Method).