I am available Tuesday through Friday and can offer some early morning sessions as needed.
My clients describe me as:
Warm, nonjudgmental, and caring. I value creating an open space where you are free to put down the barriers that you have held onto for so long.
Something to know about my approach is:
That I firmly believe you are the expert of your own lived experience and that my job as a therapist is to come alongside you to provide new perspectives, tools, and strategies to alleviate suffering and be the best version of yourself.
Together, we will:
Move towards healing in your relationship with food and your own body, find relief from the continued effects of trauma or significant distress, and seek freedom from addictive tendencies that have kept you captive.
I specialize in working with people who:
Are seeking freedom in their relationship with food, compassion for their body and mind, relief from addictive cycles, and a deeper understanding of themselves and their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions.
I became a therapist because:
I understand the impact of feeling alone and misunderstood. My goal is to make sure my clients feel like they belong and that they make sense.
Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:
Its convenient location near downtown Birmingham in the Five Points South neighborhood. It is walkable from UAB, Glen Iris, and Highland Park.
More about me and my practice:
I've worked in an eating disorder treatment center for 5+ years and have experience working with clients at multiple levels of care and with various co-occurring issues. I strongly believe that all are capable of recovery and healing.
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