Holistic psychotherapy for a connected & enlivened life

I provide a safe, nonjudgemental space to explore, process, and heal.

And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.

— Anaïs Nin

Everyone deserves support.

Together, we will work on what matters to you. I provide a supportive space to work towards your goals, process experiences, and experiment with new ways of connecting to ourselves and others. We can cultivate joy, acceptance, meaning, and ease. Together, we will work on what matters to you.

I work with youth, teens, adults, and families who are seeking a greater sense of wellbeing.
I specialize in matters of:


  • Self-criticism, stuckness, self-doubt, sadness
  • Worry, anxiety, restlessness
  • Traumatic events & developmental trauma
  • Workplace burnout & academic stress
  • Loneliness & isolation


  • Secure, healthy relationships
  • Self-compassion and self-esteem
  • Identity exploration
  • Relationships and attachment style
  • Skills & tools for coping with life’s stressors
  • Sources of joy, meaning, & relaxation

My mindfulness-based approach

Each individual enters therapy with unique history, hopes, and goals. Therefore, I integrate a range of effective modalities to best support you as a whole person. My style is warm, attentive, and collaborative.


Relationships are fertile grounds for experimentation, growth and healing. We will attend to your relationship with yourself and others to foster healthy, sustainable patterns. My work is informed by attachment theory, Mindfulness-Based Self-Compassion techniques, and other relational therapies.


Our bodies store and organize experiences since before we learned to speak. Through somatic techniques, we can access and integrate healing and transformation. I am certified in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Level 1, and draw from my background teaching yoga, meditation, and other somatic modalities.


I stay up-to-date on the most recent interventions to provide the best standard of care. My training also includes Trauma-Informed CBT, Dialectic-Based Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MB-SR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT).


For all ages, expressive art therapy can be a powerful tool for expression, insight, and release. The process can connect us to our inner world, inner child, wisdom, and our five senses. You will have the option to engage in creative processes including art-making, collage, movement, music, and writing.

Inclusive care

I welcome you as you are and who you are. My work is identity-affirming and contextualizes individuals within social systems and power dynamics. In order to provide inclusive care, I actively engage in anti-racism and anti-oppression work inside and outside the therapy room.

Fees and payment


  • 50-minute individual session I $180
  • 75-minute individual session I $260

Couples and Families

  • 50-minute couple or family I $200

Payment and insurance

I accept payment using Ivy Pay. While I do not accept insurance, I am happy to provide you with an itemized invoice for reimbursement from your insurance provider or HSA account.

The good life is a process,
not a state of being.
It is a direction,
not a destination.

— Carl Rogers

Let’s talk

Reach out for a free 15-minute consultation to learn if my approach could benefit you and ask any questions you may have.