There are many reasons that may lead a person or couple to seek out therapy. Below are some of the areas I specialize in with my clients. 

  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Anxiety
  • Parenting
  • Life Transitions (job changes, marriage, loss, etc.)
  • Relationship Challenges (workplace, family, etc.)
  • Couples and Partner Therapy
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Perinatal journey (infertility challenges, pregnancy, miscarriage, postpartum)
  • Addiction (drug, alcohol, video games, etc.)
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Modalities, Techniques, and Approaches
We May Utilize

Brain Spotting

Brainspotting is a powerful treatment method that works by identifying, processing, and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotional/body pain, trauma, dissociation, and a variety of other challenging symptoms. 

Comprehensive Resource Modeling (CRM)

The Comprehensive Resource Model™ (CRM) is a neuro-biologically based, affect-focused trauma treatment model which facilitates targeting of traumatic experiences by bridging the most primitive aspects of the person and their brain (midbrain/brainstem), to their purest, healthiest parts of the self.

Cognitive Behavioral Techniques

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a structured, goal-oriented type of talk therapy. We first work to recognize the patterns of thinking (cognition) and behavior that cause you problems. Then we take practical steps to learn or re-learn more helpful and healthy actions. By relieving the mental and emotional conditions with CBT, you may also notice improvements in nonpsychological health conditions, such as insomnia and chronic pain.

Psychodynamic Approach

Psychodynamic therapy focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in the client’s present behavior. The goal of psychodynamic therapy is to uncover a sense of self for the client that includes developing an understanding of how their past influences their present behaviors. 

Mindfulness Practice

Mindfulness is awareness of one’s internal states and surroundings. Together, we practice being present, hearing our heartbeat, breathing, and grounding ourselves. Mindfulness can help people avoid destructive or automatic habits and responses by practicing these techniques in those moments of distress.