Choosing the right therapist for you or your child is extremely important. My approach with clients tends to be warm, collaborative and directive. Therapy is more than just a client sharing what they are experiencing and feeling. Therapy should also be helpfully directive- working towards a goal that a client chooses such as improving relationships with others, building self-esteem or ending destructive habits.

My goal as your therapist is to create a relationship that you can use for your own growth. While I only practice evidence-based treatments informed by the latest research, I don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. Therapy is an art as much as a science, one that is meant to honor your unique story and your specific goals. Together we will explore your inner world and identify the beliefs and patterns that are keeping you from experiencing your life in the healthiest, most fulfilling, and most meaningful ways.

Common concerns and approaches that I often work with in therapy include:



Self-Harm Behaviors

Building Self-Esteem Confidence

Body Image

Identity Concerns

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Family Based Treatment for Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders/Picky Eating (ARFID)

Although education and experience is important in selecting a therapist, finding a right fit will help you achieve your goals. Please select the links below to learn more about the types of therapy I offer.