Associate Marriage Family Therapist #119006.
Supervised by Amy Gandin LMFT #40831
I’m an expert in managing change, helping people from all walks of life be honest with themselves about who they are and who they want to become as they face the transitions that we are all inevitably presented with. Whether it’s a divorce, the loss of a loved one, a career change, struggling with sexual identity, or becoming empty nesters; we are often challenged to move from one phase of life to the next. I believe that with the right coping skills these transitions and many of life’s challenges can become enriching transformations of mind, body and spirit.
I complement an integrative therapeutic style with deep intuition and keen insight for a sensitive approach that guides clients to identify blind spots, manage internal dialogue, gain new perspectives, and hone in on their soul’s GPS. Using an eclectic approach that includes mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Solution-Focused
Therapy, I help clients to heal trauma, face depression, overcome anxiety and ultimately reimagine a gratifying future with meaningful relationships.
After completing my undergraduate degree, I went on to study organizational management and earned an MBA. Throughout my work as a manager and a leader in business, I found that my true talents and calling were guiding teams and individuals through transitions. This shaped my decision to return to school some years later to become a therapist. My life’s journey has made me skilled and highly effective at helping people transform their lives in all of the small ways that make a big difference.