Feeling at odds with the various aspects of our identity and relationships can be exhausting, and making the decision to seek out therapy to confront our discomfort requires courage that we often forget we possess. I believe that learning to approach our sadness, grief, anger, and fears with nonjudgmental curiosity is a necessary and profound skill for moving through the world. I also believe that facing these stressors, with support, can create more space for self-acceptance, joy, and wonder.
My lived experience as a queer, neurodivergent person informs my practice as a therapist, laying the foundation for an intersectional, person-centered approach to healing. Our personal stories contain powerful information, and I draw on intergenerational narrative-building throughout my work to facilitate existential insight and nuance.
I believe that healing is a nonlinear journey processed and understood over time, which is why I use an integrated framework that is trauma-informed, relational, and collaborative. I look forward to connecting with you!