Therapists included in this directory are listed according to their level of training in AEDP (i.e. roughly number of AEDP training hours); AEDP Level does not correlate to the therapist’s overall experience as a clinician. To learn more about AEDP Levels, click here.
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For therapy to work, you must feel safe enough to express your most distressing feelings and thoughts. Your therapist must be able to understand and accompany you, with knowledge, safety, and empathy, on a journey of self-awareness, healing and growth. I strive to be that kind of therapist for my clients. Before becoming a therapist, I practiced law for 14 years in a large metropolitan law firm. I became a therapist because therapy was personally transformative for me. I have witnessed the power of healing moments in therapy and seen how unconditional self-love can heal a client’s pain. I passionately believe that therapy can be life-changing.
I practice trauma-focused psychotherapy which views symptoms as adaptive responses to past traumatic experiences and attachment injuries. These symptoms can manifest as chronic fear, anxiety, depression, overwhelm, insecurity, and behavioral patterns that now create obstacles to the life you want to live. I have trained in EMDR, Structural Dissociation, Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. Knowing these cutting edge approaches and staying current with the latest neurobiology research allows me great flexibility in effectively addressing each client’s needs with an integrative perspective, based on what is most beneficial to them. Neuroscience has proven that we are hardwired to heal and change in safe relationship. Therapy can provide that relationship. I work with adult individuals and couples.