I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #85366), providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, young adults and groups. My approach is a blend of person-centered (Rogerian) style with somatic psychotherapy. My longstanding meditation and yoga practice also informs my work.

I have a BA in Psychology from the University of Vermont, an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, and an M.Ed. Counseling Psychology from Boston University. 

I specialize in addictions and trauma, and am certified in both Brainspotting and EMDR. I also completed a 2 year training and certification in the NeroAffective Relational Model(NARM), a clinical approach that combines a focus on the nervous system with an exploration and curiosity regarding clients’ thoughts and emotions.







These three therapeutic models are resource and wellness-oriented, as well as non-pathologizing.  The emphasis is on helping clients re-establish connection to their bodies and to the parts of self that are organized, coherent and functional. 

I have a passion for working with individuals who are recovering from addiction and those who grew up around addictive and/or mentally ill family members. 

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My areas of specialty include:

  • Trauma

  • Addictions

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Grief and loss

  • Relationship issues

  • Adult Children of Alcoholics

  • Existential issues (life transitions)