We are built to connect with others and ourselves. But it sometimes isn't that easy, and we often get tripped up in our pursuit for these connections.
Being a marginalized voice or poorly represented identity in our society brings its own unique challenges.
Starting and ending a job, relationship, classes -- these are just a few of the life phases that can really shake us and leave us feeling unprepared.
Whether you are currently on a spiritual track, or are exploring that possibility, you could probably use a space to process and talk about it.
Teens face increasing challenges and pressures from school, family, friends, and society.
Therapy can add a protective layer of support during these crucial years.
Your goals are my goals. My job is to help support you wherever you're at, in whatever you choose to do.
Empathy is both your greatest tool and sometimes your greatest vulnerability. We can refine and reinforce this skill.
Being a director, dancer, project manager, burner, painter -- you name it -- means you have a 'way' of seeing the world.
Guided by harm reduction principles, transpersonal psychology and East-West philosophies, I can help you prepare before and integrate after.
Your driven spirit is one of your most admirable strengths. But it sometimes comes packaged with its own challenges -- burnout, anxiety, worry.
We are social creatures, and in our pursuit for relationships (friends, colleagues, management, romantic partners, etc.), we can sometimes find ourselves repeating the same painful patterns, the same arguments, and get stuck wondering 'is it me?'
Family, school, friends, work, hobbies, art projects, partner(s) -- the list of things that request or demand our attention is ever-growing, and in the midst of rushing around to satisfy competing demands, we often forget to take care of ourselves.
We can't often pick the narratives that other people impose on us. Before we know it, we have taken on the baggage of other people's expectations and assumptions as our own. And for those of us with intersecting identities, the weight can become overwhelming to carry alone.