For optimal mental health, it is vital for you to feel seen, understood, and appreciated. I offer a space where you can experience a calm, attentive, nonjudgmental presence as you explore your concerns. My approach involves working collaboratively with you to set goals, noting together what your strengths are and what might be keeping you stuck, and exploring tools, skills, and perspectives that might be useful to you. In our sessions I will show up with curiosity, compassion, and a bit of humor, and I will encourage you to do the same. We will do all of this within the context of a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship.
My training as a family therapist means I view problems and their solutions within the context of your relationships and life circumstances. Issues I work with include: anxiety, depression, life-transitions, spiritual/existential concerns, challenges due to a non-dominant identity, grief and loss, relationship distress, and self-esteem.
Life can be challenging. Therapy offers opportunities to develop your resiliency and enhance your relationships. If you are struggling and need some additional support to thrive, or if you want to feel more authentically connected to others, please reach out to me.
- Session Fee: $150 per session
- Couples Session Fee: $150 per session
- Sliding Scale: Yes
I have some sliding scale slots available. I can not take insurance, but can provide a superbill to submit for out of network benefits.
Email me or call (425) 403-7175 with questions.
- Years in Practice: 3 Years
- Prelicense: Washington / MG61223611
- School: Antioch University Seattle
- Year Graduated: 2021
- Supervisor: Carol Pendleton
- Supervisor License: Washington / LF60510763
- Certificate: EMDR Institute / EMDR Institute Basic Training
- Certificate Date: 2022
- Relationship Issues
- Coping Skills
- Family Conflict
- Life Transitions
- Peer Relationships
- School Issues
- Self Esteem
- Women's Issues
- Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy
- Compassion Focused
- Emotionally Focused
- Experiential Therapy
- Expressive Arts
- Family Systems
- Gottman Method
- Internal Family Systems (IFS)