Embodied Change You Can Feel (Instead of Just Think About!)

Is there a change you’re wanting to make in your life?

Is there a pattern you keep repeating in relationships that you want to let go of?

Would you like to feel happy in your own skin?

Is your past affecting your present in debilitating ways you would like to shift?


Shining compassionate light on your experience is the first step to bringing healing and change. Once we shine this light, transformation is already in progress.

Allow me to facilitate your process through bringing light, warmth, and non-judgment, along with an eclectic mix of therapeutic tools to all the parts of you and your experience- the dark and light, each so deserving of attention.

I practice a body integrated approach (“soma” refers to the body) to psychotherapy, offering embodied change you can feel (instead of just think about). I facilitate:

  • Individual Therapy for adults 

I am passionate about supporting healing around a range of issues, including:

  • Trauma Ÿ

  • Grief & Loss

  • Relationships/Intimacy/Communication

  • Sexuality

  • Life Transitions

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Self-Esteem

  • Gender Identity, LGBTQIA Issues, & Diversity Issues

  • Spiritual & Existential Issues

  • Self-Actualization/Personal Growth

Services located at: 2304 E Burnside St #104, Portland, OR 97214; (619) 289-7604 

MY CASELOAD IS CURRENTLY FULL. I am not taking a waitlist to encourage those seeking therapy to find support sooner than later, but if you’d like to work with me please check back on my website, which I will update immediately when I have openings.

THERAPISTS TO CONTACT WHO MAY HAVE OPENINGS: I recommend therapists affiliated with the META Training center [a Hakomi (somatic) therapy modality): [SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE TO SEE THEIR AFFILIATED PRACTITIONERS: https://meta-trainings.com/people/ ]. There is also affordable somatic therapy through the META clinic  [they offer $40 sessions ]. They work in the Hakomi somatic style and you are counseled by well-supervised skilled intern therapists. 


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