My psychotherapy is pragmatic and eclectic. It pulls from a broad range of approaches – asking what is needed to help my clients get better. Reality checks and cognitive therapy and mindfulness are its underpinnings. But my practice goes beyond talk therapy to include techniques that tap both the unconscious and the somatic information of our bodies. I see my therapy as a mind opening and not a “shrinking” experience!
My overall therapy orientation is informed by cognitive therapy, systems models, feminism, Carl Jung and his collective unconscious, and somatic experiencing.
I enjoy helping people identify and constructively work through issues around anxiety, depression, stress, grief, and lack of self fulfillment. My goal is to help people connect with the joy in life.