I am a licensed professional counselor with advanced certification in perinatal mental health. I use an integrated approach and incorporate elements of cognitive behavioral, acceptance & commitment, and mindfulness therapies.
I believe all women can and should consider therapy as part of their wellness plan. While I am clinically trained to evaluate and treat clients with significant mental health illnesses, many of my clients seek therapy for a range of needs when they aren’t feeling quite like themselves. I offer a supportive, encouraging, and non-judgmental environment where you can be authentic and honest about how you are feeling.
I have a passion for serving the needs of all women, with a special focus on supporting women during pregnancy and through the journey of motherhood. I have completed advanced training in perinatal mental health (including mood and anxiety disorders, infertility, and perinatal loss). I also specialize in supporting women through challenges related to depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self esteem & identity, and other major life changes.
Prior to becoming a therapist, I had an accomplished career in marketing communications with more than a decade of professional experience in marketing services, project development, and client relations. My own journey of becoming a mother led me to explore a second career as a mental health counselor. I believe this personal and professional experience allows me to bring a unique perspective to the therapeutic relationship. As a woman, a mom, and a trained professional, I am here to help you through your experiences. Please contact me for a free 15-minute phone consultation to see if we’d be a good fit!
- 2 Day PSI Training: Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Components of Care
- Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy Training
- Pregnancy & Infant Loss (PAIL) Advocacy Online Training
Areas of Speciality:
- Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders
- Maternal Wellbeing
- Depression & Anxiety
- Grief & Loss
- Self-Compassion & Identity
- Overcoming Perfectionism