Perhaps the greatest strength I bring to my clients is my authenticity. I work well with people who are going through a transition, looking to find deeper meaning in their lives, or perhaps looking for a way to create a life, relationship, career that is more reflective of who they are and who they want to be. I believe strongly in self-compassion, self-acceptance and having the courage to embrace the entire range of human emotions. I am excited to help you live a more connected, authentic, satisfying and values-based life.
I specialize in people who are going through transition, multicultural counseling, spiritual growth and awareness, and self-identity. I have extensive training and experiencing treating eating disorders (such as anorexia, binge eating disorder, and bulimia) and personality disorders (such as borderline personality disorder).
I absolutely despise the word “normal.” I find that many people whom I came about–both personally and professionally–have experienced shame as a result of not feeling “normal.” My passion is about helping people find and embrace their authenticity, and to love themselves for their uniqueness, not their normality.

Masters Degree, Counselling Psychology/University of Colorado at Denver
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