Clinical modalities used with clients
Therapy services location
Hybrid. Offering both in-person sessions in our Berkeley offices and remote telehealth sessions for clients all over California.
Warm, inclusive, transparent, collaborative and evidence-based.
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) 136222 supervised by Jonathan Wolfrum, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #102291
San Francisco State University | BA Sociology | 2015
The Wright Institute | MA Counseling Psychology | 2022
Why I do this work
I have been a helper my whole life. From an early age I faced a number of challenges that allowed me to develop great compassion and care for others. I ultimately became interested in learning to support others in order for them to lead happier and healthier lives. Professionally, I have been drawn towards populations that are traditionally underserved and in need of great assistance. I’m interested in posttraumatic growth and seeing people work through difficulties and come out the other end stronger and having more compassion for themselves. I utilize a humanistic approach having unconditional positive regard in a non judgemental environment.
The best part of my job
The best part of my job is having the privilege to be welcomed into people’s most intimate thoughts and feelings in order to work through trauma. While this work can be challenging it is extremely rewarding to see people heal from past wounds and discover a deeper sense of self.
How I spend my free time
I enjoy DIY projects, hiking or camping with my partner and dogs, trying new recipes and traveling.
“Old ways won’t open new doors.” [Unknown]
Top trauma recovery resources
- The Body Keeps The Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk, MD
- It Didn’t Start With You by Mark Wolynn