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My Online (and In-Person) Services


     Whether healing from past trauma, managing a chronic condition, or navigating a life transition, talking through your experience can make it easier to manage the range of emotions that accompany grief and change.  I meet clients where they are, and use a variety of approaches to find the one that works best.  Together we develop goals and ways to measure growth through life challenges.

Types of Therapy:

  • Attachment-based

  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

  • Culturally Sensitive

  • Emotionally Focused

  • Family / Marital

  • Family Systems

  • Feminist

  • Imago

  • Integrative

  • Interpersonal

  • Multicultural

  • Narrative

  • Play Therapy

  • Psychodynamic

  • Relational

  • Trauma Focused


  • Adoption

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Developmental Disorders

  • Emotional Disturbance

  • Family Conflict

  • Grief

  • Infertility

  • Parenting

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Spirituality

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Cancer

  • Identity

  • Boundaries


What is Play Therapy?

     Play is children’s natural language.  Children are less likely than adults to talk directly about challenges they may be experiencing, or about difficult feelings.  My training and experience help me create trusting relationships with children.  Together we use play activities to explore their experiences and emotions, and learn new coping skills.  I also work with parents and caregivers to deepen understanding of children’s development and discover ways to reduce parent-child conflict while enriching family relationships. 


     While some therapists specialize in working with a particular demographic, my approach is to work across the life span with people from infancy through the later years.  I help families explore how values, strengths and challenges are handed down from one generation to the next. Together we learn how to improve communication, let go of old grudges, solve problems, and create more meaningful connections. 


     I work with couples using primarily Imago Relationship Therapy, first developed in the 1980’s by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly.  In Imago therapy, couples acquire powerful tools to heal from past wounds and create emotional safety in their relationships.  As partners grow, they begin to see dealing with conflict as an opportunity to grow, both together and as individuals.  This approach is appropriate for married or unmarried couples, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.

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