We all experience pain and search for healing. At times this can be overwhelming to us, and we can feel as though we have no control or hope for the future. I believe that the relationship we have with ourselves can be the root of much of the pain and difficulties we experience within our lives. Our relationship with self Is often damaged or hurt through our experiences of relational, developmental, or shock trauma. These experiences can leave us feeling isolated and fearful to engage fully in life. Many of the ways that we learned to cope with what was once unbearable, begin to feel burdensome and overwhelming.
Through walking alongside one another and collaborating in a shared goal to help create healing and positive change, we can create new patterns of relating and coping that allow for more flexibility and less distress.
I use Internal Family Systems, Trauma-Informed practice, and depth focused relational therapy to help my clients navigate their pain and trauma and create vitality and growth within their inner and outer lives.