Sometimes in life, we get stuck.
We’ve all had those moments when we say “I know that, but it doesn’t change how I feel”. We feel like we’re stuck and experiencing more than we know how to deal with on our own. I created my practice to support individuals and couples emerging from grief and trauma.
What do we need to become unstuck?
- the capability to regulate emotions and feel safe with them
- the abilty to break free from emotional drama and physical turmoil
- the confidence, clarity, and the ability to create and maintain healthy and dignified boundaries
- the flexibility to adjust course and tolerate risk
- release from the painful past
- tools to help us create deep and lasting change
- to discover and create meaning and purpose in life
Who I work with.
I work with those who are sitting with grief from the death of a loved one, recovering from childhood trauma, are living with PTSD, are working to emerge from shame, or are adults impacted by adoption.
I encourage curiosity and openness so that the question changes from “why…” which is only so helpful, to “what is this, and what do I do with it…” which propels us forward into living a full life.
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.
If you are struggling or feeling stuck, I can help you.
I offer a nonjudgmental and secure space where you can safely explore what has a hold on you and move through it. You will find I have a compassionate and direct approach, enabling you to build a strong foundation of positive change.