I came to therapy in the midst of a spiritual crisis - a time when I felt lost, confused, and terrified.
I came to yoga in the midst of a divorce - a time when I felt lost, confused, and terrified.
Therapy and yoga go hand-in-hand for me because they have been my contexts for healing. They are the conduits through which I’ve learned to pay attention to myself, to my inner world, to my beliefs that hold me back from living fully and authentically, to my desires, to my fears. It is through this art of paying attention that I have discovered a richer, more interesting, and more fulfilled way of being. This is what I invite my clients to: to pay attention to the parts of themselves that are deeper than surface-level that inform why they do the things they do - their deepest desires, fears, and longings. In this process of discovery, we will learn about you in relation to yourself, others, and the world around you. My job, then, is to help facilitate that process through talk therapy, breathwork (pranayama), movement (asana), and meditation (dyhana).
Let’s pay attention together.
experience and training.
- Graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2009 // BA in Religious Studies and Music History
- Graduated from The Seattle School in 2012 // MA in Counseling Psychology
- Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington in 2014 // #LH60519034
- Graduated from The Craft of Teaching Yoga in 2017 // 200-hour certification
- Trained in Trauma-Informed Yoga (2015), Health at Every Size ® (2014), and Critical Social Theory (2012)