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Wooden Hut


I work well with clients who are not afraid of vulnerability. My core values are integrity, authenticity, and humor. I do not sugarcoat but have a graceful and honest approach.


Humor and grace occupy my therapy space often, without the two progress could be difficult.​I am a trauma-informed and vulnerability-based therapist. What does that mean? You can expect our therapy space to be filled with acceptance, safety, compassion, and grace. The therapy I provide includes a mix of approaches. I find myself using practices and principles from multiple arenas. I typically lean towards a blend of emotion-focused approaches with integration of Somatic practices and IFS Part's theory. Additionally, I am trained in Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART).


We are the authors of our lives, and often the trouble starts when we only believe we are the characters in our own stories. Denying our stories is as painful as denying ourselves, when we can accept self-compassion and grace; often we are able to move forward in our “stories”. Healing begins with connection. Connection looks like the energy that occurs when one feels completely seen, heard, valued and validated. With true connection, one can be vulnerable and begin to heal.


To quote the great Brené  Brown: “Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen".




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