Therapy is an invitation to come home to yourself. There is always hope for change and for healing; the process takes courage and you aren’t meant to face it alone. This journey begins with the relationship between you and I. Together we will work to unearth the roots of your suffering, illuminate the self-defeating beliefs that no longer serve you and create more space for living your life with more love, freedom, purpose and joy. Through the process of therapy we meet the pains and wounds of being human together, bringing awareness and healing to the fragmented, disowned parts of the Self – accessing and integrating ways of being in the world long forgotten or abandoned.
* Moving through anxiety and depression
* Grief and loss
* Cultivating self-esteem and self-love
* Creating and maintaining fulfilling relationships
* Discovering and living your unique purpose
* Navigating life transitions
* Fostering creativity
* Spiritual & psychological integration
* Finding relief from painful feelings
* Processing your past so you can live in the present
I am a registered Marriage & Family Therapist Intern (#83274) in San Francisco and work with adults, couples and families. I hold a Master’s degree in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in San Francisco. In 2013 I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training with Katie Silcox in Tantric Hatha Yoga and continue my studies with Rod Stryker, founder of Parayoga. My life and my work is informed and inspired by Existential and Transpersonal Psychology, Psychodynamics, Attachment Theory, and the Philosophy and Psychology of Yoga. Before training as a psychotherapist I spent my days as a professional musician and worked as an IT consultant in the financial services industry.
For additional information or to schedule an appointment please call 415.636.9092 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
“We are related to each other. By taking care of you, I take care of myself. By taking care of myself, I take care of you.” – Thich Nhat Hanh