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About Me

​​I recognize that we hold many intersecting identities with varying degrees of privilege and power. Therefore, I take into careful consideration the biological, psychological, and social systems that impact quality of life and access to resources for wellness. I identify as a white, European-American, heterosexual, cisgender woman. These identities hold enormous privilege. I take it as my personal and professional responsibility to be trained in culturally responsive therapeutic methods. I welcome direct feedback about how my privilege shows up in our work together. I also take very seriously, the responsibility I carry to amplify and advocate alongside the marginalized voices in my local and global communities. 

For me, the human experience consistently evokes many questions. Why am I here? What is my purpose? How do I make sense of what has happened to me? Where do I belong? I find that much meaning and understanding comes from the experience of being in relationship with oneself, others, and the environment. Relationships can be a source of intense pain; they can also expose us to the most exquisite joy AND help us find our place in the world.


Together, let's explore the origins of your current attachment strategies and uncover that which facilitates and interrupts your ability to deeply connect to yourself and others. This process of learning (and unlearning) reveals an innate wisdom, guiding you home to yourself.


Our connection is integral to the process so it is important that I show up authentically and invite you to do the same! This time is yours, we will move at a pace that you determine, and, I will use empathic honesty to identify patterns you may want to challenge. ​

I look forward to meeting you!

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