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San Francisco, East Bay

(415) 494-7074

Offers Sliding Scale Therapy

Perhaps you and your partner have been having a rough time in your relationship lately. Arguments, missed connections, a silence in the air... Perhaps you've just had child, your partner wishes to move, or you're coping with financial challenges together. Times like these make it hard to foster a healthy connection with your loved one, and broken lines of communication can leave a sour taste in just about anyone's mouth. 

Just as relationships can open our hearts to a rich experience of connection with another individual, they can also activate our wounds, our fears, and our anxieties. Historically, many of us find ourselves naturally drawn to experiences of being held & contained by a lover. The question remains, how can we find ways to cultivate bonds of love that thrive and grow throughout time? In any relationship, it is inevitable that conflicts will arise. But how can we best navigate the often-treacherous terrain of intimacy beyond the honeymoon phase?

In my work, I utilize principles of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Mindfulness, Gestalt and Psychodynamic therapy to help you reveal, understand & transform the emotional patterns that arise between partners. I'm passionate about helping couples find the resources that sparked their love in the first place. By bringing gentle awareness to negative cycles of communication, I work collaboratively to assist you in rekindling bonds and opening new relational doors.

I hold a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies (2018), and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy/Religion and Music from Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY (2014). I've worked for two years with individuals and couples at Liberation Institute & Amador Institute. In my spare time, I enjoy creating music, painting, being in nature, spending time with loved ones, and studying archetypal astrology and tarot.

It takes a huge leap of courage to begin seeking out ways to heal an injured relationship, so kudos to you for taking the first step! I look forward to working with you.