As a person of bi-racial identity (Dakota Sioux and western European lineage) I have a perspective that informs my ability to address concerns for BIPOC populations (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) such as: racism, marginalization, identity and historical trauma.

I have nine years experience working in the following settings: private practice, community mental health centers and therapeutic specialty courts. I have worked with clients regarding depression, anxiety, complex trauma, self-esteem issues, psychotic disorders, women’s concerns, relationship/family problems, life transitions, and
substance abuse/dependency.

I favor holistic, humanistic and psychodynamic approaches with emphasis on Attachment Theory, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness and Creative Arts therapies.

I enjoy collaborating with the unique qualities each individual brings to therapy and create an environment that is safe and conducive to deep reflection and positive change.

Cost Per Session

$$$

Insurance

Yes

State Licensed

Washington

Specialization

Abandonment

ADD/ADHD

Addiction

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Anger Management

Anxiety

Attachment

Bullying

Childhood Emotional Neglect

Childhood Trauma

Codependency

Complex PTSD

Emotional Abuse

Family Estrangement

Highly Sensitive People

LGBTQ+

Neurodiversity

Physical Abuse

Physical Neglect

Racial Trauma

Relationship Issues

Sexual Abuse

Types of Therapy

Art Therapy

Attachment Based

Hakomi Method

Internal Family Systems

Mindfulness

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Motivational Interviewing

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Population Served

Adults

Services

Individuals