As a therapist I support clients in uncovering and strengthening their innate health. We each possess our own wisdom and ability to evolve, and we deserve support in accessing this. My lens is towards clients’ strengths and resources, and I see the whole person beyond the limitations of pathology. In my experience, as we become more familiar with ourselves, we are able to delve deeper into pain without losing our bearings.
My approaches to therapy include Mindfulness-based therapy, Gestalt, and parts-work, EMDR, and body-centered awareness.
I have a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Transpersonal Counseling Psychology: concentration in Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Counseling, from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado.
I also have previous degrees from Tulane University in New Orleans, where I completed a BA in Spanish and Gender Studies, and from the New School for Social Research in New York, N.Y where I received my first Master of Arts in Liberal Studies.
I have run leadership camps, worked with Rites of Passage programs, worked in University settings as Professor and TA, and have lived and worked abroad in Spain and Mexico. I have worked extensively with adolescent, parents, and families, both as a High School counselor, and as a teacher. I enjoy working with individual, couples, and families.