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Psychotherapy Focus Areas

Trauma (including Complex Trauma)


 We often think of trauma as being a big event, such as a war or natural disaster, but trauma can be more chronic and complex in nature, such as having had an emotional immature or narcissistic parent, growing up in a chaotic or unstable household, or being betrayed by someone you love.

I provide trauma-informed and sensitive care to support clients through navigating trauma, including complex trauma (c-PTSD), childhood trauma, intergenerational trauma, racial trauma, betrayal trauma, and relationship trauma.

Attachment and Relationships


Connection and healthy relationships are key components to mental wellbeing. I support clients through exploring attachment and working towards a more health attachment style. I also have a special interest in working with those looking for support with relationship anxiety.

Anxiety and Perfectionism


Anxiety is a part of life but it does not have to run your life. Together we work towards finding healthy ways to cope with anxiety.


I also support clients looking for support with perfectionism.

Body Image and Disordered Eating

Come Home to Your Body

I create a safe place to explore the complexities of body image and our relationship with food. Together, we work towards creating a sense of peace within our bodies and a  a sense of peace around food.

Self-Esteem and Self-Compassion


Healing is not loving only the best parts of you. That’s easy. Healing is showing yourself compassion, even through the worst of times and validating your own humanness. I empower clients to show themselves the same compassion they often show others. Together we turn a harsh inner voice into a gentler and kinder one. 

Relationship with Culture and Identity


As a BIPOC therapist, I have a special interest in supporting those looking for culturally-focused care including those navigating being a child of immigrants, those in inter-racial relationships, those who identify as bi-cultural or bi-racial, and those looking to explore their cultural identity.

“Trauma is not what happens to you, it's what happens inside you as a result of what happened to you.


-Gabor Maté.

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