I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of a Washington. I believe that counseling is experiential, that it can and should be transformative.
I provide individual, couple, family and group counseling. I have lead domestic violence groups, aggression control classes, ADHD classes, and codependency workshops.
I enjoy using Ecotherapy techniques to strengthen the deep connection between our mental health and the natural world.
I have a strong desire to help people where they are at and provide them with new tools to deal with difficult situations, experiences, and/or emotions.
My approach supports individuals to understand the connection between thoughts, feelings and behaviors and how maladaptive thoughts often lead to unhealthy, negative behaviors.
My hope is that through our work together we can explore what feels most salient for you, and help you to work towards achieving and establishing future goals, empowering you along the way.
I welcome clients who are grieving losses, making difficult decisions, and wanting a better way of living. I think laughter is still the best medicine.
Everyone has the capacity within themselves to grow, develop, and integrate healing into their daily lives. My overall goal is to empower, connect, support, and create long-lasting wellness.
I am passionate about helping clients find their strength, feel empowered and confident, and discover meaning and purpose in their lives.
If you are reading this, you’ve probably either been thinking about getting help for awhile or tried to get help before. In either case, good for you for seeking help now!
I assist clients in practicing more mindful, and authentic ways of connecting with those that they are in relationship with. I help individuals not just cure symptoms, but help them thrive in all areas of their life.
I work with each individual in a way that empowers them to stay in charge of their own therapeutic process.
I am passionate for deinstitutionalization, decriminalization, and social justice for persons experiencing mental distress.
Within the therapeutic relationship, I draw upon humankind's innate creativity to assist clients in practicing more mindful, and authentic ways of connecting with others at home, and in the world at large.
My passion in life is to help others discover and learn that their yesterdays do not have to predict their tomorrows - when they still have today.
I believe early caregiving experiences and family dynamics can influence the way we interact with others and shape how we see ourselves, the world, and our place in it.