I believe much of therapy is a journey of coming home to one’s truest self, by both uncovering what has been and cultivating something new. My intention is to ultimately support clients in creating a more connected and deepened relationship with themselves and their lives. Together, we will sit in the space of exploration creating more awareness of the past and present, empowering you with choice for the journey ahead.
I approach healing primarily through the following therapeutic models: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (working with our thoughts), Somatic Therapy (our bodies hold our stories) and Gestalt Therapy (using the “here and now” as valuable information). In integrating these perspectives, as well as considering the critical role of the nervous system in mental health and trauma, I seek to create a holistic experience for clients.
As an Alpine Lakes intern, I am currently working towards my masters degree in Counseling at Regis University. I graduated from Metropolitan State University with a bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Mental Health Counseling.
I look forward to connecting and am deeply honored to accompany you in your story of resilience and healing.