Calming, peaceful, and encouraging. Clients say they feel understood, validated, and gently prompted to carry grief in the healthiest way possible.
Something to know about my approach is:
You may find relief that someone understands and won’t get tired of your pain. You’ll be able to verbally process your experience of loss and try to put the pieces together in your head. You can expect to understand your grief better.
Together, we will:
Have a chance to grieve your loss without judgement or parameters. We’ll find lifelines to help you deal with the pain you feel. We’ll process all the ways loss has impacted your life and how it’s changed you, and how you can carry grief well.
I specialize in working with people who:
have experienced loss and are grieving. Bereavement, traumatic grief (out of order death, unexpected death, medically traumatic circumstances, suicide, etc.), and divorce recovery are my specialties.
I became a therapist because:
I love helping people, honestly acknowledging how hard life can be, and valuing the bravery we can summon in difficult times.
Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:
It’s in person! In a comfortable and conveniently located office.
More about me and my practice:
The sole focus of my practice is grief. I believe in building a supportive relationship with motivated, hurting people who need space to breathe and find footing when life doesn’t go how you expected, thanks to death of divorce.