Providing Virtual Therapy Sessions in Maryland, Massachusetts, Florida & North Carolina
If you’ve gone through something hard, and your mental health is suffering, I can help. I specialize in treating adults who are coping with trauma and adjustment to life stressors that negatively impact how they feel. Many of my clients come to me with intrusive negative thoughts, feelings of anxiety and depression, loss of interest or difficulty enjoying things that they used to enjoy, low energy and motivation, trouble concentrating and being present, trouble following through with self-care, feelings of irritability, racing thoughts, persistent worry, negative self-image and self-esteem. My clients often report feelings of relief after the first session, and over time, more resilience and better tools to cope.
Who I Help
My clients include individuals coping with a major life change, traumatic event, attachment trauma, young professionals & college students navigating their 20s and 30s, teachers and helping professionals who experience burnout or compassion fatiugue, individuals struggling to start a family, trying to conceive after pregnancy loss, coping with infertility or reproductive trauma, relationship & parenting stressors and more.
How I Help
Using my professional training, and your strengths, we will work together to help you feel better and thrive. I provide CBT, Mindfulness, IFS & EMDR -- evidence-based tools that will help you change old patterns and see results. I integrate mind-body strategies to help you get your anxiety under control and find symptom relief. You will leave the first session with strategies to help you feel a little better right away. I take a modern approach to therapy and will not leave you floundering in silence. I will be an active conversation partner. While my primary role is not to give you advice, I will tell you my honest and genuine opinion if you ask for it. If you ask me how I'm doing, I won't turn the question on you and say "I wonder why it's important for you to know how I'm doing." What sets me apart from other therapists is that I view the therapeutic relationship as an ongoing resource, the way you would a primary care doctor: My clients may seek out my help at a particular life stage and often feel comfortable to return for some new tools as they navigate new life milestones. I believe connection is healing, and use warmth, transparency, & humor, so it may feel like talking to a friend, who has the knowledge and tools to help.