Whether you’re looking for services for yourself or your family, or you’re looking to book a talk or workshop for your school, organization, or company, I’d love to work together.
We’re all trying to raise our children as best we know how. And it’s really hard. The good news: there are science-based approaches, tools, and strategies that can help make things so, so much easier.
Of course, all the tools and strategies in the world won’t transform you into a flawless parent, even if there were such a thing. (Hint: there isn’t.) Raising small humans — frankly, being a human — is difficult work, and a lot of our own “stuff” gets dredged up along the way. Unless we’re mindful, that “stuff” can intrude on our parenting and have a negative impact on the relationships we are building with our kids.
There is no way to navigate parenting without diving deep, where things inevitably get a bit muddy. We all have emotional blind spots. My hope is that I can shine a light, so that parents can see well enough to chart a clearer, more intentional course, one that ultimately leaves them more attuned to and connected with their child.
Although the majority of my practice focuses on parenting, I also work with clients seeking to better understand and cope with a range of other challenges, including (but not limited to) anxiety, depression, identity shifts, family transitions, relationship and career struggles, and general feelings of disconnectedness. My approach is grounded in Attachment Theory and draws from a range of modalities, such as cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, somatic experiencing, internal family systems, and emotion-focused therapies.