I am a queer-identified therapist guided by a strong foundation in trauma-informed psychodynamic therapy, enriched by the insights of attachment theory and interpersonal neurobiology. I am committed to assisting individuals in gaining a deeper understanding of themselves, their nervous systems, and their relationships. I also hold a profound respect for the complexities of human behavior, sexuality, gender identity, orientation, and cultural context.
I embody a warm, empathic, and collaborative style. I prioritize active listening and partnership. I believe that you are the expert of your own life, and I seek ways to join with you in the process of healing and self-discovery that leads to personal growth and transformational change. I also believe that therapy is most successful when the client is engaged and vulnerable. Through a blend of open dialogue, reflective exploration, and gentle guidance, I aim to help clients unearth unresolved conflicts, illuminate unconscious motivations, and develop new insights that pave the way toward greater wholeness and freedom.