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What to Expect

During your first session, we will discuss the environment in which you feel the most comfortable. We will then collaborate to identify your goals and determine which models may be most effective in treating your particular challenges.

 

I offer a free 15 minute phone consult to gather more information and determine if we are an appropriate fit.

Traditional Therapy

I have a special interest in eating disorders, infertility, anxiety, depression, and relationships. I provide individual, couple and family therapy.

My therapeutic influences come largely from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, and dialectical behavioral therapy.

 

I am passionate about eating disorders and their relevance in our culture, I work with a wide range of food and body issues. From body image and emotional eating patterns to the more acute disorders, I enjoy helping clients find peace in their relationship between food and body.

 

I also work with horse owners and riders who are looking for a therapist who understands the role horses play in an equestrian’s life, whether for competition or pleasure. Still an avid competitor, I find work with athletes of all types intriguing, such as working on the relationship between stress and performance, the effect of injuries, and the role exercise can play in one’s life.

 

Whether sitting at the firepit, walking the neighborhood, or in our therapy room, we utilize evidence based treatments to help meet your goals.

Equine-Assisted Therapy

Equine Assisted Therapy is an emerging field of therapy that pairs therapy clients with equine partners to promote the client’s growth and learning.

Why horses?

Horses are especially valuable in the therapy process due to their prey animal instincts. They are highly sensitive to their environment and responsive to human emotional cues.


With this sensitivity to subtle changes, horses often respond to people differently based on the individual’s emotional state. This feedback provides exceptional insight into the client’s internal process and a valuable opportunity for skill building.

Equine-Assisted Therapy is experiential in nature.

Clients learn by directly working with a horse. Partnering people with horses helps form healthier patterns by practicing new behaviors.

 

The activities are chosen intentionally to reveal important insights and encourage certain skills. Clients are then given the opportunity to discuss feelings, behaviors, and patterns they noticed during the activity and how those elements may be apparent in other areas of their lives. Non-verbal communication, problem solving, boundary setting, leadership, confidence, and relationships are all common themes.

Distance Therapy

Telehealth provides flexibility in accommodating your needs in both timing and location of sessions.

To meet client’s needs around scheduling and location, I offer both phone and video counseling.

 

This can be an occasional occurrence when meeting in person is not possible or the way in which we plan to connect on a weekly basis.

I have a special interest in eating disorders, infertility, anxiety, depression, and relationships. I provide individual, couple and family therapy.

My therapeutic influences come largely from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, and dialectical behavioral therapy.

I am passionate about eating disorders and their relevance in our culture and work with a wide range of food and body issues. From body image and emotional eating patterns to the more acute disorders, I enjoy helping clients find peace in their relationship between food and body.


I also work with horse owners and riders who are looking for a therapist who understands the role horses play in an equestrian’s life, whether for competition or pleasure. Still an avid competitor, I find work with athletes of all types intriguing, such as working on the relationship between stress and performance, the effect of injuries, and the role exercise can play in one’s life.

Whether sitting at the firepit, walking the neighborhood, or in our therapy room, we utilize evidence based treatments to help meet your goals.

Equine Assisted Therapy is an emerging field of therapy that pairs therapy clients with equine partners to promote the client’s growth and learning.

Why horses?

Horses are especially valuable in the therapy process due to their prey animal instincts. They are highly sensitive to their environment and responsive to human emotional cues.

 

With their sensitivity to subtle changes, horses often respond to people differently based on the individual’s emotional state. This feedback provides exceptional insight into the client’s internal process and a valuable opportunity for skill building.

Equine Assisted Therapy is experiential in nature.

Clients learn by directly working with a horse. Partnering people with horses helps form healthier patterns by practicing new behaviors.

 

The activities are chosen intentionally to reveal important insights and encourage certain skills. Clients are then given the opportunity to discuss feelings, behaviors, and patterns they noticed during the activity and how those elements may be apparent in other areas of their lives. Non-verbal communication, problem solving, boundary setting, leadership, confidence, and relationships are all common themes.

I am most influenced by my training in Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) and Natural Lifesmanship, which influence the way I view the horse/human relationship.
Telehealth provides flexibility in accommodating your needs in both timing and location of sessions.
To meet client’s needs around scheduling and location, I offer both phone and video counseling. This can be an occasional occurrence when meeting in person is not possible or the way in which we plan to connect on a weekly basis.

Let’s get started.
Book a consult or take a look at some common questions
about taking the next step.

Let’s get started.
Book a consult or take a look at some common questions about taking the next step.

Let’s get started.
Book a consult or take a look at some common questions about taking the next step.

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