A common phrase I hear often is “I feel bad.”  Although bad is technically not a feeling it can definitely feel like one, it can be a pervasive experience. Patients often show up in my office uncertain about what to do with their lives, struggling to know who they are, how to make relationships work, how to make decisions, feeling stuck.  It is my passion to help individuals grow a compassionate relationship with self, heal from their pain and recover from traumatic losses so they may know connection, love and ease. 

A common phrase I hear often is “I feel bad.”  Although bad is technically not a feeling it can definitely feel like one, it can be a pervasive experience. Patients often show up in my office uncertain about what to do with their lives, struggling to know who they are, how to make relationships work, how to make decisions, feeling stuck.  It is my passion to help individuals grow a compassionate relationship with self, heal from their pain and recover from traumatic losses so they may know connection, love and ease. 

A common phrase I hear often is “I feel bad.”  Although bad is technically not a feeling it can definitely feel like one, it can be a pervasive experience. Patients often show up in my office uncertain about what to do with their lives, struggling to know who they are, how to make relationships work, how to make decisions, feeling stuck.  It is my passion to help individuals grow a compassionate relationship with self, heal from their pain and recover from traumatic losses so they may know connection, love and ease. 

A common phrase I hear often is “I feel bad.”  Although bad is technically not a feeling it can definitely feel like one, it can be a pervasive experience. Patients often show up in my office uncertain about what to do with their lives, struggling to know who they are, how to make relationships work, how to make decisions, feeling stuck.  It is my passion to help individuals grow a compassionate relationship with self, heal from their pain and recover from traumatic losses so they may know connection, love and ease. 

I help patients understand through a strong therapeutic rapport, insight-oriented work, mind/body techniques and psycho-education, how their brains are always trying to protect them and as a result how their relational patterns or protective parts may no longer be serving them. I guide patients to come to know and honor their unconscious patterns, survival/coping techniques and protective parts so they may heal and transform them, creating new ways of being connected in the world while being authentically who they are.

A common phrase I hear often is “I feel bad.” Although bad is technically not a feeling it can definitely feel like one, it can be a pervasive experience. Patients often show up in my office uncertain about what to do with their lives, struggling to know who they are, how to make relationships work, how to make decisions, feeling stuck. It is my passion to help individuals grow a compassionate relationship with self, heal from their pain and
recover from traumatic losses so they may know connection, love and ease.

I help patients understand through a strong therapeutic rapport, insight-oriented work, mind/body techniques and psycho-education, how their brains are always trying to protect them and as a result how their relational patterns or protective parts may no longer be serving them. I guide patients to come to know and honor their unconscious patterns, survival/coping techniques and protective parts so they may heal and transform them, creating new ways of being connected in the world while being authentically who they are.

I offer a safe space regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion or ability

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