The curiosity we hold for ourselves and the other people in our lives is a key component to living a life that feels fulfilling, hopeful, and enriching. My therapeutic approach stems from the concept of mutuality. Mutuality is an empathic and open mindset that I both inhabit and practice in order to better understand the relationship I have to myself and the people that I share spaces with. I believe that this type of outlook is essential in building a strong counseling relationship. Therefore, our work together will progress based on your preferences and needs.
Using different approaches and techniques, I look for the unique nuances that each client possesses and aim to facilitate a space where clients can feel brave to confront their concerns, symptoms, and fears all while working to envision a path forward the feels manageable, satisfying, and even exciting.
In addition, I am a somatics, mindfulness, and yoga facilitator and will often utilize some of those techniques to help clients develop the skills and tools necessary to find comfort in their physical bodies, so that they can feel grounded enough to be fully present during the clinical work we do together. I believe that these techniques are powerful ways to deepen the therapeutic process, integrate unresolved trauma, and develop new insights and resources for living in alignment with your most authentic self.