About Me

I offer my clients a supportive and engaged presence. My approach is both intuitive and evidence-based, drawing on a diverse range of modalities. I believe in a dynamic, organic process. 

 A desire to find the most effective way to achieve lasting transformation led me to this integrated practice. I am grateful that this work found me and am inspired by the opportunity to support people in exploring and embodying their full potential.

Somatic (Body-Oriented) Psychotherapy, Neurobiology, and Energetic Psychology are primary influences in my practice. I have also found The Hoffman Process to be a transformational resource. The critical and socio-cultural thinking I gained from studying and working on social equity are additional frames in my work. I am interested in this evolutionary moment and how we as humans can best respond. 

I am a long-time student of Yoga and a certified Reiki Master.  My study of traditional healing modalities, such as Buddhism, Ayurveda, and Chinese Medicine additionally influence how I live and how I approach this work.  I have a deep and ever-lasting love of nature, from the ocean to the trees, and use the wisdom I garner there and on my trail runs to inform everything I do. 

 I am a licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (MC 60712828) with the state of Washington. I have a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, with a specialization in Somatic Psychotherapy from John F. Kennedy University. Prior, I received a Master’s Degree in Human Sexuality Studies from San Francisco State University. I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of California at Berkeley.