Reaching out for help is the first step toward healing, and growth. My goal in therapy is to create a safe, accepting and compassionate environment to support you in reaching your goals. Working together, we will use a variety of methods, drawing from Eastern philosophy, meditation, self care methods, stress managemrnt tools, communication and relationship skills and much more, all tailored to meet your needs. I offer a complimentary consultation so we can get to know each other and see if we are a good fit before committing. I look forward to meeting you!
My clients are resilient, thoughtful, kind, empathetic, outgoing, introspective, creative, courageous people - just like you. I love to get to know about each new person's world and be a part of their journey of personal growth and accomplishment. It's an honor to be part of your team.
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I like to have a 30 minute “meet and greet” session together, free of charge. This lets us get to know each other in person, have some Q&A and get a feel for whether we are a good fit before proceeding.
My standard fee is $130 per 50 minute session, however I do take Cigna and Bridge Span insurance and am willing to submit claims to other insurance companies as an out of network provider, if your insurance company offers payment for out of network services.
After working for a large corporation for many years and feeling unfulfilled in my career, I went back to school to be a therapist, based on a strong desire to do something to help others. I earned a Master of Sciences degree from Central Connecticut State University in 2011 and moved to Seattle where I started my private practice in 2012. I’ve loved living and working here ever since.
I work with individuals and couples looking for relief from pain and a desire to have a happier and more satisfying life. I help my clients get through grief and loss, relationship difficulties, breakups and divorce, major life changes, depression, anxiety, self esteem challenges, body image concerns, and all around better communication and coping skills.
I would say that feeling comfortable, respected and heard by the person you choose to work with in therapy is key. No matter how many tools and methods and certificates they have, it’s the trusting, safe relationship you develop that makes change possible.