Anxiety can feel debilitating. It can exhaust your body to the point it becomes restless and impacts your ability to fall and stay asleep. It can make your mind race, worry about any and every little thing, and create a sense of panic. It robs you from living in the present moment, so much that it blocks your ability to take action on your goals. Anxiety can get in the way of creating and maintaining relationships.

The recovery goal for anxiety is to gain awareness and rewire the thinking patterns that wreak havoc on the mind, apply calming strategies that bring you into the present moment, and incorporate techniques shown to reduce the stress that compromises and disables your nervous system from relaxing.


Depression can feel exhausting. It depletes you from all your energy and motivation to make the changes you know will help you feel better. It makes you feel insecure, unworthy and undeserving of a meaningful life. It makes you feel sad, helpless, hopeless, and dis-empowered. It creates a false sense of shame and guilt that keeps you trapped in your head.

The recovery goal for depression is to develop a self-care plan aimed at targeting symptoms of depression, understand the root causes that create false beliefs and unhelpful thinking, and incorporate tools that offset the empty and sad feelings.


Trauma can freeze you in your pain and fear. It can keep you trapped in the past and influence the decisions you make. It can create long sleepless nights and lead to unsatisfied relationships. It can make you feel numb and empty. It can create an internal battle filled with guilt, shame and self-blame.

The recovery goal for trauma is to incorporate education, techniques and restructuring of thoughts so you are able to regain control of your life. The goal is to decrease the impact of your trauma by targeting both mind and body responses so you can finally free yourself and flourish into the life you deserve.


I have experience working with many individuals and have a special interest working with high achieving adults, college aged students, elderly and their adult caregivers, foster and adoptive parents, divorcing adults, adults with perfectionist tendencies, professionals facing burnout and compassion fatigue, first responders and working professionals.


You want to feel proud of who you are and feel you have a sense of purpose.
You want to take better care of yourself, so you aren’t feeling so depleted.
You need healing from past wounds.
You are experiencing depression or anxiety.
You know you can achieve goals, but you feel stuck and somewhat helpless and hopeless about the process.
You are eager to make change in your life.

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