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Therapy Services

Who are you? What is your true calling in life? What parts of yourself do you hide from the world?

This may be the first time that someone has asked you these questions or given you the space to explore these questions. Therefore, it is not uncommon for people to respond with, “I don’t know”. This unfamiliarity with our true selves can lead to anxiety, depression, mood swings, impulsivity, and a general sense of unhappiness.  Or maybe you feel okay with the way your life is going but are still really curious to explore these questions and become acquainted with your true self.

During our work together, two things will happen that lead to healing.  The first (and most important) is through the client-therapist relationship.  This relationship must be one in which the client feels safe, understood, and supported without the fear of punishment or abandonment. Many people may have never experienced this type of relationship before which is why it is often called a corrective emotional experience.

The second way that healing happens in therapy is that we will bring the unconscious into the realm of consciousness.  What is meant by this is starting to look at the things that are showing up in the present moment such as symptoms, behaviors, or other presenting “problems” and beginning to dive deep and figure out what is this initially stemming from? Once the core memory or memories are identified, it is through a mixture of this new perspective in addition to healing those earlier parts of ourselves that we start to experience long lasting change.

It is not uncommon to feel anxious or fearful of taking a deeper look at ourselves and beginning to live authentically. Sometimes we may not like what we see or we may fear others not approving of our true selves. Through our work together, I will be there to support you even when others may not be. When you are having a tough time finding that inner strength and self-acceptance, I will be there to help you dive deep and find those things within yourself.

Therapy for Anxiety

When it comes to treating anxiety, research shows that therapy is usually the most effective option.

Therapy for Trauma

The assistance of a therapist is fundamental to healing from trauma.

LGBTQIA+ Individual Therapy

Stigma-free, affirming, affordable therapy for LGBTQIA+ Individuals


Do you need support, but can’t make it to an in-person appointment?

Therapy for Self-Esteem

Do you often feel awkward and self-conscious in social settings?