Psychotherapy from a Holistic Perspective
Taking a holistic approach to wellness means integrating body and mind so that all parts of you—even and especially the parts that feel most hidden or hurting—can come forward to get support. Our bodies hold the memories and unprocessed emotions of formative experiences. They also hold abundant information about what we are needing to feel more safe, more satisfied, and more connected in our daily lives. Attuning to the body in therapy, we can gently trace the patterns formed by past experiences, and work to shift the patterns that are no longer serving you. As these old patterns shift, you can try out new ways of being in the world—ways that express more of your true self. I combine my training in Somatic Experiencing, Integral Somatic Psychotherapy, Brainspotting, and yoga with talk-centered attachment-oriented psychotherapy approaches to facilitate this. What happens in a mind and body psychotherapy session with me? Click here to learn more.
I specialize in working with adults who long for deeper, more authentic connection with themselves and with others—and who long for the sense of well-being that comes with this. Many of my clients are healing from trauma or past abuse experiences—whether in childhood or more recently—that can make expressing their true selves or deepening intimacy with others trickier. A number of my clients are navigating grief or major transitions and seek answers to life’s biggest questions. I also frequently support individuals in recovery from addiction, helping them find healthier ways to feel soothed, stimulated, or truly nourished.