Sometimes in life, we get stuck. We experience more than we know how to deal with on our own. I created my practice to help individuals and couples emerge from grief and trauma.
My clients learn to…
- release themselves from their painful past,
- feel safe with their emotions,
- gain confidence, clarity, and the ability to make healthy decisions,
- break free from emotional drama and physical turmoil,
- create deep and lasting change
In short, they develop resilience. They become unstuck.
So what is resilience? Resilience is the the capacity to recover from difficulties, the ability to be knocked down by life and come back stronger. Some of the qualities that make us resilient are: the capability to regulate emotions, the flexibility to adjust course, the strength to find meaning and purpose in life, the capacity to tolerate failure, and to incorporate these lessons into our future endeavors. With guidance, each of us can heal and develop resilience… You can live a full life.
So, if you are struggling or stuck, I can help you.
I offer a nonjudgmental and supportive space where you can safely explore what has a hold on you and move through it. My areas of focus include grief, trauma/PTSD, shame, relationships, and working with adults impacted by adoption. My work is informed by approaches that focus on trauma and attachment including NARM, Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, and Interpersonal Neurobiology. For my work with couples, I use Attachment Theory and Gottman methods.