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  • Therapy for Individuals, Couples, and Relationships

    Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes – Carl Jung

    You have unique gifts to offer. Sometimes you may feel shut down or overwhelmed with all of life’s changes. You might be looking for more closeness and connection with others, or for more peace and feelings of strength within yourself. Therapy can help you to draw on the inner power, resiliency, and capacity for healing we all have. Working through difficult patterns and becoming more grounded and connected to your authentic self are some of the things we can achieve through the therapeutic relationship. We will work to balance your internal system to bring you increased connection, intimacy, and power to navigate the structures and demands of life.

    What to Expect at your Visit

    I provide counseling to individuals, couples, and relationships, generally on a weekly or biweekly basis. Feel free to contact me for a brief 15-minute phone consultation to help determine if we are a good fit, or to schedule an initial appointment where we will go over your reasons for seeking counseling, and your goals and expectations. Reaching out to a therapist is a vulnerable and powerful act. Feeling connected to the therapeutic relationship is essential for counseling to be effective. I love receiving feedback throughout the process to make our relationship stronger and to enhance and deepen our work together.

    About Me

    Hello! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and have been working in the mental health field since 2011 as a volunteer, as a community mental health counselor, and as a therapist. I completed a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Saint Martin’s University in May of 2019, and am supervised by Amber Jaworski, LMFT #LF60443493 Washington.

    Good Faith Estimate

    The No Surprises Act is intended to protect clients from receiving unexpected or “surprise” medical bills. Beginning on January 1, 2022, one of the obligations under the No Surprises Act is for health care providers to provide all uninsured and self-pay clients with a Good Faith Estimate of expected charges.