Psychotherapy + Yoga Therapy
about my approach.
What I’d love for you to know first and foremost is that I will bring curiosity, humor and irreverence at times, creativity, warmth, and mindfulness into our sessions. I work from a lens that views your earliest experiences in life as formative to how you relate to the world now. We will spend time exploring your story and how it relates to the current issue(s) that brought you into therapy to create positive change and healing in your life. I also use the “present moment experience” to inform the direction of therapy.
If it’s helpful for you to know my theoretical influences, they include but are not limited to: Attachment Theory, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Internal Family Systems, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Additionally, my psychotherapy practice is heavily influenced by yogic philosophy. I am available to work with individuals that are motivated to explore their personal stories for healing and change. My areas of focus include:
- Relationship struggles
- Disordered eating and body image concerns
- Identity development and existential questions
- Sexuality and sexual identity exploration including LGBTQQ concerns
- Religious or spiritual questions
- Trauma and abuse
- Depression and anxiety
about what to expect.
I am available for strictly talk therapy, strictly yoga therapy (a combination of movement, breathwork, and meditation), or a combination of the two. I have found that blending talk therapy and yoga therapy can offer significant mental, emotional, and even physical benefits.
I meet with clients on a weekly basis to establish trust and rapport. I will get to know you and your story, and you are welcome to ask me questions in order to get to know me. We can figure out a different meeting schedule together as it’s needed.
about my fees.
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