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Individual Therapy

Treatment for individuals suffering from mental health disorders and/or life stressors using a variety of modalities and treatment options.


  • Grief and Loss

  • Adjustment to disability

  • Life transitions

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Trauma

  • Religious and/or spiritual distress or trauma

  • Sport and Performance

  • Insomnia



I understand and acknowledge that you know more about yourself than I do. Part of my job is to be curious with you about how your problems are getting in the way so that we can move toward what really matters to you.

This involves facilitating conversations or exercises geared to help you identify and clarify your values.
Knowing this information about yourself is the foundation for building a sense of empowerment, strength, and resilience.


Mindfulness is the practice of intentionally paying attention to the present moment without judgement.

I use a variety of strategies to help my clients develop skills for, as I like to say, “zooming in and zooming out,” in order to shift perspective.


The work in therapy happens because of relationship. Over time, dynamics and patterns from a person’s life will show up in the therapy room in different ways. By talking about these experiences, my clients are able to change patterns in their relationships for the better.

This is an aspect of therapy that is difficult to describe in words, but in my opinion can be the deepest, most powerful part of

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Group Therapy

Group Therapy can be just as effective, beneficial, and impactful as individual therapy, sometimes more, depending on the reason for starting therapy. It can also be a valuable supplement to individual therapy and a place to practice what you have been working on in individual therapy.

There are a number of circumstances in life that leave individuals feeling isolated and lonely. Often times it makes it harder to deal with a given situation when you feel that you'e the only one who has to face the problems you're facing. As uncomfortable as it can be to start attending a group for support or therapy, there are many reason why it may be a good option to consider.


  • Grief - Grief and loss support group.

  • Physical Rehabilitation - When the Body Won't Cooperate: Learning to cope with physical limitations, medical diagnosis, or decline.

  • Anxiety - Intro to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety.

Group Therapy


Reiki is an energy healing treatment that incorporates the body, mind, and spirit. Reiki is not a religious practice; it is simply a relaxing treatment where the reiki practitioner serves as a conduit to help provide natural healing energy to the body of the recipient. It can be used to relieve stress and pain, release emotional blockages, assist in natural healing and balancing the body's energy.

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