What I Offer

First and foremost, I don't think you're crazy and I don't think you need someone to tell you how to live your life.  And I'm not in the business of putting labels on you. You have been doing the best you can do with what you've been handed. All the stages and twists and turns of your story have been important and have served a purpose. But maybe there are some things in your life that just aren't fitting or serving you anymore. It is my job to help you understand your story, let go of what isn't working, and step toward a whatever is next for you.

 Individual therapy for sexual abuse, family violence, and eating disorders

Individual Therapy

I can’t promise instant or easy fixes, but I can promise to get in there with you and help you find your way. Some sessions may look like traditional “talk-therapy.” In other sessions, I pull in body-based practices and tools to help you regulate difficult emotions, get connected with your body, or move through stuck places. I also incorporate expressive arts if it is difficult for you to put words on your experience or to help you see things in a different way.

 Brainspotting addresses trauma efficiently

Brainspotting and EMDR

Both Brainspotting and EMDR are brain-based interventions for addressing trauma. They are efficient ways to process trauma by tapping into the brain's natural ability to heal itself. If you are feeling stuck in certain thought patterns or behaviors or haven’t found relief from anxiety using other methods, either of these modalities could help you find resolution.

To learn more, take a look at these videos:

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