for Adults

People experience stressors and difficulties on a day to day basis. Sometimes these stressors seem manageable and do not pose a major threat to our level of comfort or happiness in life, and other times we experience them as unbearable or hard to handle. Most adults have experienced many such periods in life. Some adults have also experienced struggles in the more recent or distant past that have left them feeling sad, confused, angry, or unable to function to their fullest potential. During these difficult times, it can often be helpful for clients to speak with a psychotherapist. Therapeutic sessions can help folks better understand themselves and their struggles, and can also help individuals learn ways to better cope with any difficulties that may arise in future.

Some clients may also have some childhood, adolescent, or adult wounds and unresolved experiences that continue to interfere with their joy and with their day to day lives. Therapy can be a safe space to learn how to untangle some of these knots and to move toward re-connecting with yourself, and learning to live in a way that allows heart, head, body, and all the other areas of your life to align. 
Our work together will be tailored to your needs, and the particular struggles you want to work through. I offer long and shorter-term therapy and work from a place of connection and collaboration. Your autonomy and dignity are important to me, and I am devoted to the work we will be doing together. I will continue to work diligently to hold myself accountable to my clients, and I will continue to work from an affirming place of empathy and care. I am committed to ensuring your psychological and emotional safety in our work together. Therapy is not always easy, but it can be a helpful step toward living in ways that feel nourishing and fulfilling for you. 

I have experience in the following areas:

This is a non-exhaustive list


Eating Disorders and disordered eating

Adoption and blended families

Low mood and depressive symptoms

Sexual and physical trauma

Family of origin dynamics

  • Gender identity
  • Sexual orientation
  • Relationship issues
  • Gender based violence
  • Acculturation and dual cultural identities
  • Violence against racialized communities
  • School stress and difficulties
  • Dual diagnosis populations
  • Grief and loss 
  • Work struggles 
  • Self-esteem 
  • Body image 

Please feel free to browse my website and contact me if you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment.