“My goal is to support people to live the best version of their lives in an authentic and unapologetic way.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I have been in the social work field for about 15 years in various capacities (both on an individual and macro-level). I believe that improving community health takes a holistic approach. Our mental health is impacted by all that happens in the world around us, how we process and make sense of it, and how we cope with what challenges come our way. I am committed and invigorated by supporting individuals on their path to self-discovery, healing, and fulfillment.
What should someone know about working with you?
My approach is honest and straightforward and my aim is to support you in gaining insight. I find that awareness gives one choices and uncovering what one did not know about themselves through this process brings forth the power to change.
What do you do to continue learning and building competencies as a provider?
I am currently enrolled in postgraduate certification programs. I am also actively engaged in additional training institutes with modalities that I like to incorporate into my practice, such as those offered at The Gottman Institute and Esther Perel's training sessions.
What is your approach to therapy?
My approach is honest and straightforward. I aim to support one in gaining the necessary insight for their growth. As a trained ketamine-assisted psychotherapist, I can also incorporate the use of ketamine into my practice to further support clients using this novel, breakthrough approach to awaken the mind and further support the healing of trauma and depression.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
My goal is to support people to live the best version of their lives in an authentic and unapologetic way. Many of us go through life feeling deeply wounded by our stories, our traumas, and the way others view and perceive us. Together, we will take a look at past experiences, unpack the internal dialogue, and understand the limiting beliefs that get in the way of you living your greatest potential while learning to develop more compassion and love for what is.
“Together, we will take a look at past experiences, unpack the internal dialogue, and understand the limiting beliefs that get in the way of you living your greatest potential while learning to develop more compassion and love for what is.”