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Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it.

Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—

the experiences that make us the most vulnerable.

Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light...

― Brené Brown

individual and group therapy

Individual therapy offers the perfect opportunity to work through the more personal and deeper issues in a safe container.  Group therapy offers a setting where you can give and receive support for others who can relate to your experiences.  It fosters building connection and relationship to others in a supportive environment that proves to be incredibly powerful.  Family therapy is offered as an adjunct to invidual therapy for those who are struggling in family dynamics and needing to improve their immediate support system.


Trauma can result from many different types of experiences - some may be overtly life endangering, and others covertly threatening our sense of self. What we are learning, is that it is not the size of the event that predicts trauma. Neuroscience shows that trauma occurs at the physiological level - creating an imbalance in our nervous system that ripples into all other facets of our lives. The nervous system takes over and keeps people trapped in a pattern of fear.  The most effective way to break this cycle is to first focus on healing at the physiological level.                     More about healing trauma...

addiction recovery

Feel like you are doing everything you are supposed to do, but still feeling on edge?  Or wonder if this is all there is?  With relapse rates as high as 90%, the fear of relapse is valid.  It's possible you are on the threshold of transitioning into the next stage in your recovery process.  This can feel unsettling as you begin to experience the deeper layers of yourself that are ready to be healed. This is where therapy can be helpful.  Even if you're not sure what it is, together we can figure it out.



It has been reported that more than 43 million Americans are suffering from some form of anxiety.  Although anxiety is treatable, only one-third of those seek treatment.  Given the proper tools and with practice, I firmly believe that it is possible to transform, if not dramatically reduce, your symptoms of anxiety and establish a sense of balance in your mind and body.  By working with and transforming the stress responses of the body and uncoupling it with the thoughts that perpetuate anxiety/stress, you can begin to establish a new found control that helps you restore balance in your mind, body and spirt.

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