I believe one of the most beautiful truths of the human experience is that we all embody the internal wisdom to grow and heal. My hope is to help you, your relationship, or your family unlock that internal wisdom.
I am a master’s-level clinical intern from CU Denver with advanced training in mindfulness-based approaches and Emotionally-Focused Therapy for Couples. My style of counseling is collaborative, compassionate, strengths-based, and experiential.
In couples therapy, we will work together in a judgment-free zone to build a more meaningful, loving, and fulfilling connection between you and your partner. This work will include identifying and repairing patterns and wounds that make your relationship feel stuck, while restoring safety and security in your partnership. We’ll collaboratively develop tools and skills that will foster better communication and interaction, ultimately deepening your sense of love and connectedness and promoting long-lasting change.
I also welcome the opportunity to work with individuals seeking a safe space to process life situations, relationships, and stressors. Utilizing mindfulness, somatic-based, and trauma-informed practices, we will work together to deepen your self-awareness and resiliency. As a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) and Mindfulness Practitioner, I am also happy to weave in elements of yoga, mindfulness, and nervous system regulation into our work together, if that is of interest.
I care deeply about the strength of our therapeutic relationship. I decided to become a therapist because I personally know the pain of feeling alone during times of struggle. I believe one of the most gifting aspects of therapy is alleviating loneliness and isolation during a person’s toughest times. Life is inevitably hard, yet a compassionate, helping hand in the form of a therapist can go a long way. It is the biggest honor to be able to walk alongside you in your journey.