My approach is collaborative, humanist and relational, present to the here and now. I am interested in what allows you to be fully embodied.

I draw on approaches from attachment therapy, IFS (internal family systems), somatic based interventions, trauma informed care, existential work, mindfulness practices and nature based interventions. My interest in regenerative farming, permaculture, conservation, eco-spirituality and land stewardship has created such rich connections in the self-healing rhythms inherent in all of us. It serves a deep inspiration for what can happen through the rhythm of cultivation, communal trust and belonging, letting go, and celebrating the work we put in.

If you are someone who feels like you’re a stranger in your body and are hungering, longing for a deeper sense of home with yourself, your spirit, your body — please reach out to see if we may be a good fit. These are the general areas I enjoy working with most, but please contact me if you have any questions:

  • Identity exploration, individuation, and self work
  • Spiritual deconstruction, exploration, faith loss, spiritual abuse
  • Depression, stress & anxiety
  • Vocation, growth & career exploration
  • Relational healing, developmental or childhood trauma
  • Codependency, relational conflict or relational issues
  • Grief & loss, death anxiety, existential questions
  • Somatic work, embodiment, body image, recovery maintenance (**see below)

I see age 18+

**I am an anti-diet therapist and support the HAES model (Health at Every Size). This means I will not suggest recovery solutions that are restrictive, weight centric or weight biased. If you are in the stages of eating disorder recovery where you require your therapist to collaborate with dietary & medical support, are stepping down from an outpatient program or require more intensive support for behavior reduction, we are likely not a good fit but please contact me if I can provide referrals!

“I come into the peace of wild things who do not tax their lives with the forethought of grief. For a time I rest in the grace of the world, and am free” – Wendell Berry