About

I have extensive experience in treating individuals with acute/chronic anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief and trauma.  I aim to provide a warm, nurturing environment throughout your therapy experience. As a therapist, I utilize a variety of different approaches to best fit your individual needs including but not limited to: EMDR, Mindfulness-based practices, Somatic-Therapy, Trauma-Informed Treatment, Play Therapy and Cognitive-based therapies. Please see below to find out more detailed information regarding specific specialties and certifications.

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Therapeutic Specialties

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. EMDR is an evidenced based somatic treatment modality proven highly effective for individuals who have experienced trauma. Clinicians also have found success in using EMDR for anxiety, stress, complicated grief, addictions and panic disorders. EMDR combines somatic and cognitive based therapies to heal from the past, focus on the present  moment and prepare for the future. 

Somatic Psychotherapy

I utilize my training as a yoga teacher and mental health clinician to provide individuals with an integrative approach to healing the mind and body. I strongly believe that there is a correlation between our thoughts, feelings, beliefs and how we feel physically. I use my strengths  as a yoga teacher and body worker to provide individuals with space to heal holistically incorporating mindfulness, traditional talk therapy and awareness of body sensations. 

Trauma Touch Therapy™

Trauma Touch Therapy is a somatic approach to healing oneself. This dynamic approach utilizes breathing, movement, and touch as a way for individuals to slow down, become aware, and reclaim a healthy sense of self. Trauma Touch Therapy provides a nurturing environment for gradual exploration of the sensations experienced in the body, and tools to integrate into daily life. Each experience is unique and rich; a time to laugh, to mourn, and a time to be wholly present.