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As a therapist, I am dedicated to using all of the tools at my disposal in service of your inner wellness. In our work together, we will draw on elements of mindfulness, meditation and coaching to help you flourish.Start With A Free Consultation
Who Am I? A Colorado Licensed Psychotherapist
Getting help is the first step
In the deepest sense, we are all connected and should not struggle or suffer alone. When you reach out for help, you unlock the door to meaningful healing and accelerate your progress along the journey of transformation.
You have an innate ability to flourish and transform
This cannot be taken away by anyone else or diminished by any experience, however painful or traumatic.
There is no single approach
There is no “one-size-fits-all” approach or method to healing. You are entitled to be engaged precisely where you are, and in the manner that authentically resonates with your body, mind, and spirit.
Reconnecting you to yourtrue power
Real change comes from internalizing the processes and tools that foster well being. Towards this end, I work to educate, equip, empower and inspire you to create lasting transformation and inner wellness.
I always respect and listento my clients
You are the unquestioned expert about yourself and your goals, and this wisdom must be respected and celebrated.
Responsibility and faultaren’t the same
Issues with mental and spiritual health are NEVER your fault — however, for better or for worse, addressing them comes down to you. Deeper problems do not tend to fix themselves.
I work with people from all walks of life and backgrounds. Some of the key challenges that I help clients overcome include, but are not limited to:
Struggles related to relationships
And the existential problems of life
Complexities of happiness and self-love
- Avoiding pain and trauma through constantly working or being busy — often beyond the point of exhaustion.
- Ongoing struggles with self-love, self-compassion, and being unable to answer the question, “why can’t I just be happy?”
- Not acknowledging pain and trauma “…sure I had a difficult childhood, but other people had it much worse; I don’t feel that my suffering is worthy”.
- Self-condemnation that is excessive and at times extreme; often the embodiment of the sentiment “I am my own worst critic.”
- The sense that “something is missing” or “something is wrong” with one’s inner life, but not being able to identify what it is.