Are you looking for the secret ingredient that leads to living a full, bold and meaningful life?
Self-awareness is certainly an important component and engaging in therapy is one way that you can begin to deepen your self-awareness and begin living a fulfilling life.
I bring nearly 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist. I provide therapy that’s meaning-focused, utilizing a combination of evidence-based interventions and time-tested skills like meditation, that will help you cope with challenges more effectively so you can reach your highest potential.
The goals we will work on will depend on your unique needs and interests. Perhaps you no longer want anxiety, depression or previous traumatic experiences to hold you back from your fullest potential. Perhaps you want to improve your relationships or you are looking to have more balance in your life. Perhaps you're reevaluating and want to deepen your sense of meaning and purpose. Perhaps you have explored plant medicine, entheogenics or psychedelics and are looking to integrate the information and experience. Perhaps something is holding you back from living your fullest potential, and you want to break-free of those limitations.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression (CBT-D)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)
Cognitive Processing for PTSD (CPT)
Areas of expertise
Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
Life Purpose / Meaning / Inner-Guidance
Military and Veterans Issues
Post-traumatic Stress / Trauma
Whatever it is that you'd like to see change, I will meet you where you are.
All you need to do is be open to exploring and show up. I will be your partner in growth and exploration.
*Please note that the Psychedelic Integration Therapy is intended to be a safe space for those who have used, are currently using, or intend to use psychedelic substances in their personal lives and outside of a legal setting. Psychedelic Integration Therapy does not involve providing or prescribing any psychedelic or other controlled substances to a client during the course of therapy. Additionally, it does not include referring to “underground” resources, recommending use, guiding, supervising or otherwise being present with a client during a psychedelic experience. Clients should not plan to attend therapy sessions while under the influence of any psychedelic or any other controlled substance, unless prescribed by a doctor.
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