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Psychotherapy Focus Areas

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. 

Trauma (including Complex Trauma)


I provide trauma-informed and sensitive care to support clients through navigating trauma, including complex trauma, intergenerational trauma, racial 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.

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. 

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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