I like to work with individuals and couples, specifically:
those who identify as POC and/or LGBTQIAA+, third culture adults, mixed race and or other therapists.
who want to make sense of their family and upbringing
survivors of emotional abuse/spiritual abuse within a family/community
adult children of narcissist/borderline personality disordered parents
who fear passing on their "family issues" to their children or new partner.
struggling with who are dealing with symptoms of grief, depression, hopelessness, chronic emotional pain, fatigue, stuckness, perfectionism, and/or social anxiety.
struggling to navigate intersectional feminism/LGBTQIAA+ issues and their religious faith
who want to talk about oppression and how patriarchy/white supremacy has personally affected them
people who consider themselves activists, artists, healers, highly sensitive, and deep thinkers
In addition to meeting in-person, I also offer online individual therapy through live videoconferencing for clients residing in Washington State (and outside of the United States). I use the HIPAA compliant videoconference programs Simple Practice, Doxy.me, and VSee. I require that we meet initially in-person in my Beacon Hill office for three sessions prior to transitioning to online therapy to establish a relationship. At the end of the three sessions, we will discuss whether online therapy is appropriate. Online therapy is recommended for clients without frequent emergency management or need for intensive treatment.