My approach to healing is informed by cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, person-centered therapy, somatic therapy, and transpersonal psychology, . I work through a biological, psychological, spiritual, and social lens when interacting with my patients. I take a strong look at how systems of oppression and control affect the mental, physical, and spiritual well-being of individuals. I believe that developing a safe and secure relationship with each of my patients is essential for them to learn new ways of thinking and behaving, to find meaning and purpose in their life, and to move towards the person they want to be.
When I am not in my therapist role, attending trainings, or giving presentations, you can find me either rollerblading, skiing, or spending time in nature.