How I Work

Therapy isn't a one-size-fits-all approach.  Just as we all resonate with certain people and not others, so too will we find that some forms of therapy are a better fit for us than others.  At the same time, I truly believe that ultimately the methods used are not as important as the relationship that develops between a client and their counselor.  This is where a lot of the benefits of therapy occur.

My graduate work at Prescott College allowed me to focus on somatic and body/mind Psychotherapies as well as the fundamental importance of interpersonal neurobiology, and my studies with M.E.T.A.'s two-year comprehensive training, taught me how to integrate the Hakomi Method with attachment work and the Re-Creation of the Self Model of Human Systems.  This journey of learning and experience has allowed me to work with clients in a special way by utilizing mindfulness and cultivating an awareness of one's physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies.

Paths of Therapy

Modalities Used

I practice therapy that is inspired by the following interdependent modalities: