A psychotherapy practice treating adults experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, and unresolved trauma
The stress of day-to-day life can be overwhelming. It can cause us to feel anxious, sad, and disconnected from ourselves and the people who are most important to us.
Therapy can be a powerful resource that allows you to be seen, heard, and supported. Dedicating your time and energy towards improving your mental well being and focusing on yourself is not always easy. For this reason, I strive to provide a safe, compassionate, and nurturing environment in which you can feel comfortable leaning into your vulnerabilities, and exploring your thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
In my practice, therapy is a collaborative process and I work with each of my clients to create an individualized treatment plan that meets their unique needs and goals. I can help you achieve greater fulfillment, balance, and happiness and satisfaction in your life.
Many people think that psychotherapy is only for those with mental health concerns, however, the truth is that therapy can benefit anyone who is looking to gain insight, achieve greater self-awareness, build resilience, and an enhanced sense of well-being.
My approach is a blend between proven, evidence-based treatment modalities including Trauma-Informed Therapy, Attachment Science, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Somatic & Mindfulness-Based Techniques (Integrative Approaches).
If you're ready to explore the benefits of psychotherapy, I’m here to help. Please schedule your complimentary consultation and start your journey toward growth and healing today.
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My clients report that as a result of therapy they feel less anxious and depressed, increasingly self-aware, and better able to manage stress and life transitions. They possess greater confidence, are fully engaged, and are enjoying their lives, again.
Couples share that they have gained a better understanding of their relationship dynamics, have regained trust, learned effective communication and coping skills, and developed a deeper emotional connection leading to greater intimacy.
“Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.”
Life Is So Much More Difficult When Your Anxiety & Stress Are Out Of Control
Anxiety and stress are a message that something in your life is not going well and needs to be addressed. You may have big emotions caused by a painful breakup, unfulfilling job, insecurity, loneliness, or unresolved trauma that you haven’t effectively dealt with, yet.
What is your anxiety trying to teach you?
It’s time to listen to the message and heal whatever has been hurting. The right treatment will enable you to effectively overcome your anxiety
Without proper treatment, anxiety can and will linger.
Which of these anxiety and stress related symptoms do you experience?
- Excessive worries that don't go away even in the absence of a stressor
- Feeling restless, wound-up, on-edge, or out-of-control
- Headaches, digestive troubles, dizziness, or shaking
- Feeling easily fatigued
- Having difficulty concentrating; your mind going blank
- Being irritable, angry, and snapping at others
- Having muscle tension or jaw clenching
- Difficulty controlling feelings of worry
- Having sleep problems, such as difficulty falling or staying asleep, restlessness, or unsatisfying sleep
- Appetite changes, you’ve noticed that your appetite has decreased, or perhaps you’re hungrier than usual, choosing comfort, or less than healthy foods to soothe your emotions
Meaningful Change is Possible
As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), I specialize in psychotherapy using evidence-based, scientific approaches, including Trauma-informed care, Attachment Theory, and integrative techniques designed to help you achieve the best results.
Regardless of the methods we use, you’ll find me to be warm, genuine, understanding, and a compassionate listener. I create an environment of acceptance, one in which you can comfortably share your thoughts and practice new and healthier ways of managing your feelings.
What Happens in Session?
If you’ve never been to therapy before, you may be wondering what you can expect during a session.
Most importantly, your session will be wholly focused on you, your needs, and your agenda.
I’ll take the time to truly get to know you, and together, we’ll build a relationship based on integrity, mutual respect, and, of course, complete confidentiality.
You can be assured of a safe, non-judgmental space to think, share, explore new ideas, identify actionable strategies, and practice fresh approaches while building your resilience.
You’ll benefit from psychoeducation, skill-building, and guidance and will be empowered to achieve the profound results you are seeking. You’ll receive support in exploring your options, gaining clarity, and developing resilience to navigate your path forward
Prepare to become fully engaged, and develop more knowledge, self-awareness, and profound wisdom, leading to transformative shifts in your mindset and behavior. You will reclaim your inner focus, energy, and, most of all, your joy.
I’ll help you feel like yourself again with a newfound sense of empowerment, purpose and joy.
- Relieve Anxiety
- Effectively manage stress
- Alleviate depression
- Improve your communication skills
- Gain self-esteem and greater confidence
- Improve your social skills and the ability to develop deeper, more satisfying relationships
- Address career overwhelm and burnout
- Adjust to difficult life transitions, for instance, job loss, divorce, moving to a new home, major illness/injury, death of a loved one
- Overcome trauma
- Improve your communication
- Learn to provide meaningful support, empathy, and comfort to one other
- Resolve emotional distance
- Work through infidelity and betrayal
- Regain trust in one another
- Restore intimacy
- Adjust to significant life events/transitions
- Overcome trauma
- Manage work stress
- Set boundaries to manage over-involvement and influence by in-laws and extended family members
About My Practice
An Entirely Virtual Practice Treating Individuals & Couples Throughout California
Your session will be conducted over a confidential, HIPAA-compliant video conferencing platform.
Telehealth treatment offers you highly individualized quality care, complete privacy, confidentiality, and convenience. You’ll have the ability to connect from any electronic device.
Research has proven that remote sessions are as effective as in-person sessions with respect to developing a strong client-therapist relationship and achieving the client’s goals for therapy.
Appointments are available during the day and early evening for your convenience.
You can schedule your own appointments quickly and easily through the website, on days and times that work best for you.
Major credit cards are accepted at the time of service:
- American Express
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
- Health Savings Accounts (HSA)
Appointments are created to reserve a specific time for you; therefore, at least 24 hours notice is required for canceling or rescheduling an appointment.
The full session fee will be charged for appointments that are missed, canceled, or rescheduled without 24 hours notice
The practice does not accept insurance.
Some PPO insurance companies do cover a portion of out-of-network services. If you want to use your out-of-network benefits, please request a receipt for services (a superbill) which will include all necessary information for you to submit a claim to your insurance company.
Couples Therapy is typically not covered by most insurance companies
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I’ll help you feel like yourself again with a newfound sense of empowerment, purpose, and joy.
Prepare to become fully engaged, develop more knowledge, self-awareness, and profound wisdom, leading to transformative shifts in your mindset and behavior. You will reclaim your inner focus, energy, and, most of all, your joy.
Good Faith Estimate Notice
You have the right to receive a "Good Faith Estimate" explaining how much your mental health care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don't have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy. You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy. You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service. If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate.
For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate and this federal requirement, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.