Approach & Philosophy
I believe that from the moment we are born, our relational experiences with family, community, and nature become intimately intertwined with our physical and psychological development. Sometimes, in childhood or adulthood, life and relationships get messy and we come out of balance. I love walking alongside people who are recovering from the complexities of trauma and attachment wounds. In sessions, we explore and work to strengthen internal relationships among parts of self and then organically bring that healing and compassion outwards to help make everyday life a bit more fulfilling and in alignment with your sense of authenticity.
A bit about me...
I'm Autistic, a trauma survivor, and I have a chronic illness called dysautonomia. I approach my work as a therapist with a lifetime of lived experience, immense compassion, and loads of curiosity about the interplay of the mind, body, nature and relationships. As a licensed clinical social worker, it is such an honor to be able to offer the aspects of care that have been so transformative in my own recovery.