I help others take their power back. Too often the field of psychology focuses on what is wrong and spends an inordinate amount of time focusing on the negative. While this is an important piece of psychotherapy, gaining insight into what hasn’t been going right for us is extremely helpful; staying stuck there in our old patterns can be unproductive. I assist people as they search for their strengths, passions, and inherent brilliance. I have found that this inner search is a process of natural healing, and undertaken with guidance, can produce transformative results.
My unique value lies in my training; I have received a Masters Degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. These two institutions specialize in working with the mind and its thoughts and behaviors, as well as the unconscious beliefs that may drive these thoughts and behaviors.