Individual Therapy-
"Why do I feel so stuck?"

Therapy involves a deep introspective process that may or may not involve a mental health diagnosis according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-V). Therapy looks at interpersonal relationships, family history, childhood dynamics, traumas, and identifies and heals your maladaptive coping patterns.
Is Therapy right for you?
Therapy is appropriate for those who recreate unhealthy or self-sabotaging patterns in their life that often get in the way of their healthy functioning in the relational, occupational, or personal domains. Therapy can also serve as a space for reflective practice and deep growth- the start of an upward spiral.

Couple's Therapy-
"How can I be a better partner?”

I use an attachment focused, trauma informed lens to help couples look at their challenges as deep-rooted adaptations. These adaptations become our default strategies to get our emotional or sexual needs fulfilled in a relationship. If these patterns are not identified and worked through you will continue to have the same fight over and over!
Is Couple’s Therapy right for you?
If you are dating, engaged, married, dealing with fertility issues, overcoming infidelity or thinking of divorce, couples therapy might be right for you. Couples of all sexual orientations are welcome.

"How do I plan to reach my goals?"

Coaching focuses on individual progress, highlighting strengths and challenge limiting beliefs that keep you stuck. Coaching varies from therapy in that it is more fast-paced, and generally for those that have already done some form of therapy or healing work. It is short-term (6-12 sessions). Coaching does not diagnose or treat any kind of mental illness that is included in the DSM-V or delve in your past.
Is Coaching right for you?
The ideal coaching client is someone who already has a therapist or has done some previous form of healing on deeper issues and who is highly functional in their current life.