I believe therapy is one of many ways we can practice self-care. This journey is not an easy one and I understand that with the right tools anyone can tap into their own inner resources to live a whole and meaningful life. Counseling requires self-reflection and commitment to questioning and rethinking the way we look at ourselves and the world. It means being mindful and present with our mind and body to uncover patterns and behaviors that once protected us but may no longer serve us. This can be especially difficult if we are used to moving at a fast pace with the world, hardly ever stopping to savor a moment. Sometimes doing everything “right” might even still feel like it is not enough. Together, we unpack and explore all dimensions of your well-being to really understand what contributes to your current struggles. My humanistic approach helps people from all backgrounds free themselves from limiting assumptions and attitudes so that they can life a fuller life.