The biggest turning point in my life was when I fully understood what it meant to be present. Healing practices such as meditation and yoga helped me to stop overthinking and silence the inner critic that had been running my life. By integrating these teachings into therapy, I want to help you do the same.
Unresolved heartbreak, grief, trauma, feelings of abandonment, shame, and anger can trap us in our past. Similarly, if left unchecked, anxiety, fear, and worry about the future can prevent us from living our lives to the fullest in the present.
It takes courage and commitment to face ourselves, heal from our past, and understand who we truly are. You’ve already taken a big step by listening to your mind and body tell you that it’s time for change. My humanistic and person-centered approach leans into many of the powerful philosophies of yoga by helping people uncover and translate that inner voice into meaningful action.
I use an integrative, holistic, and eclectic style of therapy that sources from psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, dialectical-behavioral, and somatic therapies. Together, we’ll adapt our approach and techniques to be best-suited to your personality and goals. I’ll help you learn how to improve your mind-body connection by moving more intentionally, free yourself of emotions that make you feel stuck, and learn how conscious breathwork can clear blocked energy.
I’m passionate about social justice causes and working with racial, cultural, and sexual identity issues. We’re being pushed into difficult and uncomfortable conversations, even with ourselves, as we witness and participate in the largest civil rights movement in history. For many BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ individuals, fear and worry of violence and injustice is a real threat in today’s charged society.
I offer a safe space to feel seen and heard to anyone seeking refuge. As an advocate for antiracism and sexual and gender equality, I’ll help you navigate your questions, challenges, and concerns about existing fully and feeling seen in a multicultural society.
The life we’re living today is a result of the choices we made yesterday. The life we live tomorrow will be a result of the choices we make today.
Here is where we begin.