Private Practice Office


* Please note: I am currently full, and not accepting new clients. 

 I work with: 

  • Individuals (adolescents, adults, seniors) 
  • Families
  • Groups

Areas of Focus:

  • Grief 
  • Anticipatory Loss
  • Bereavement 
  • Life Transitions
  • Life Balance 
  • Caregiver Support 
  • Co-Occurring Mental Health/Substance Use 

I offer a highly personalized approach, which is tailored to work in close partnership and collaboration with clients. My therapeutic style is authentic, relational, integrative and supportive. I am present and connected with each client and listen with compassion and curiosity, while always working from a holistic lens. I believe that each of us have inherent strengths and inner resiliency which are powerful tools for change and healing. Working from a strengths-based perspective, I integrate my knowledge and training in a variety of approaches in order to meet the specific needs of each client.  Theoretical frameworks that I draw upon include: systems theory, narrative, existential, mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral; and experiential modalities such as animal-assisted, nature and art therapy. I meet clients where they are at and build upon strengths, as well as offer different perspectives to help discover new ways of thinking and being in life. I also help clients explore meaning-making and cognitive reconstruction, particularly during challenging and life-altering experiences. 

"Fear, to a great extent, is born of a story we tell ourselves...and so I chose to tell myself a different story"

- Cheryl Strayed

Walk & Talk Sessions:

This is an option for individuals who are interested in exploring integration of nature therapy, are more comfortable in an outdoor setting, and/or prefer incorporating movement into sessions. (Weather permitting). 


Telephone Sessions:

This service accommodates those who are located in the area but have challenging schedules, or have difficulty arranging transportation to the office. 

Pet Loss Support Sessions: 

I offer counseling sessions specifically for individuals who are experiencing anticipatory grief, bereavement, or who are caregiving a beloved companion animal. Losing a beloved animal can be a devastating and disenfranchised experience resulting in many people not receiving the validation, normalization, or support they need. With a joint specialty in grief and veterinary social work, and being a devoted pet parent who has navigated these issues I provide a safe, empathetic and supportive space for individuals to process, navigate and cope.