You have taken brave and courageous step toward seeking help and feeling better. I help people just like you feel more comfortable in their bodies and in their lives. Even if you aren’t ready to schedule an appointment, you’ve taken an important step getting here. It takes courage and an openness to vulnerability to show up, ask for help, and really let yourself be seen and known. And that is where, I believe, the magic of being human is found.
Struggling in relationships?
Does it feel like you’re alone even though you’re trying so hard to find connection? Or maybe you have plenty of relationships but you still feel like there’s something missing. When you aren’t connected deeply, life feels empty and lonely. And when you feel this way, it becomes even harder to show up vulnerably to try to deepen and strengthen your relationships, so maybe you need a little help.
Struggling with an eating disorder or other food/body issues?
If you’re thinking about food or your body most of the day, it can feel like you’re missing out on so much of life because you’re trapped in your brain. Maybe you’ve hated your body for years. Maybe you’ve been to eating disorder treatment centers. Maybe you made yourself throw up for the first time last week and it scares the sh*t out of you. Whatever is going on, I bet its painful, annoying, and leaving you feeling powerless. Being recovered from an eating disorder myself, I’ve been there too and I promise you we can find a way out into a much freer life.
Trauma and PTSD
There’s nothing wrong with you. Something terrible happened to you and turned your life upside down. Trauma is really good at that and it’s so unfair. And yet, healing is possible, feeling better, safer, stronger is possible.
Shame and Worthiness
Is there a little voice constantly whispering(or yelling) things like ‘it’s your fault’ or ‘you’re not good enough’ or ‘you’re worthless’ in your head? Shame feels sticky and heavy and sometimes tricks you into thinking you need it to be the best you can be. You don’t need shame. You were created for connection and to know you are enough just the way you are.
The to-do lists and bills seem never ending and you just want to be a kid again so that someone else will do your laundry, drive you places, pay your rent, and cook you food…but you also really like not having a curfew and eating ice cream out of the tub and being able to buy that cute mug at the store just because it’s cute. Accepting the responsibilities and dealing with the “learning experiences” of being a young adult can be painful and cause you to resist. It’s okay to be scared and feel like you have no idea what you’re doing. Sometimes a little support can help you feel less crazy, less alone, and more competent.