“I follow your lead, match your pace, and help facilitate your progress through empathic listening, reflection, and conversation.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I have always been interested in understanding the unique journeys we take as individuals. My first career was in journalism, where I listened to and retold people’s stories, but I soon realized that I wanted to help individuals in a more personal way. I decided to become a clinical psychologist in order to support people through the twists, turns, and challenges that present throughout life.
What should someone know about working with you?
My therapeutic process is driven by you, the client. I follow your lead, match your pace, and help facilitate your progress through empathic listening, reflection, and conversation. My goal as your therapist is to help you gain insight into your own history, patterns, and challenges, while supporting you in your unique therapeutic journey. Progress is measured by how you feel and whether you believe you have reached your personal goals.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
I believe each person possesses unique characterological strengths. I use this perspective in my work with clients as I strive to help each individual recognize, harness, and further develop their own innate strengths and abilities.
“I believe each person possesses unique characterological strengths.”