What Sets Me Apart As a Therapist?
Therapy can be an overwhelming concept, it can feel intimidating, and vulnerable. My goal in working with clients is to allow the space to feel comfortable, approachable, conversational, and personal. I do this in using a conversational approach that feels non-judgmental, validating, and safe, without making a person feel like they’re being psychoanalyzed or held under a microscope. I like joining with the client to explore the goals that bring them to therapy, and meeting them where they are at. I am a mother and wife first, and a therapist second, therefore understand the strife of finding balance, feeling “good enough”, and share my own authentic self with those I work with. I want your experience in therapy to feel positive, something you can look forward to attending, and space you feel you can be yourself.