I believe that everyone has the right and the capacity to heal from trauma.
Whether that trauma stems from childhood abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, death of a loved one, divorce, or other painful experience(s) – healing is possible. This kind of growth work is a process that takes time, courage, and compassion. Helping you feel safe is my first priority in beginning this process. Together we will cultivate your unique strengths and develop helpful ways to soothe yourself.
Primary victims/survivors of trauma are not the only ones who need a kind and helpful response. Families and loved ones also need someone to talk to. I offer support, education, and tangible coping skills for secondary survivors as well, including parents, children, siblings, partners, spouses, and friends.
In addition to trauma therapy, I also provide services for those facing other challenges, including major life transitions, anxiety and depression, and relational issues.