These are just some of the services I provide.
Whatever your reason for seeking out Psychotherapy, I’m dedicated to helping you find your way to better mental health. Book your first appointment to get started on your journey towards the life you deserve.
I believe that every single human being has a bit of healing to do. Improving your self-awareness and your outlook of troubling situations are just two of the ways in which Family Therapy can dramatically change your life.
You’ll never know your full potential until you give yourself a chance. Trauma Therapy is only one way in which we can work together so you can have the peaceful and happy life you’ve always dreamed of. Book today to find out more.
GENDER IDENTITY & SEXUALITY THERAPY
Understanding, validating, and recognizing your identity is vital to healing and living an authentic life. Therapy is the most effective way to discover yourself. Whether you are questioning or know your gender identity or sexuality, we can work together to help you reach the most authentic version of yourself. So that you can begin to live a fuller, more complete life starting in a safe and supportive environment that respects who you are and encourages that exploration and understanding without judgment. Exploration is not a medical transition; it is gaining an experience of the social construct of gender identity and how it fits into your life and well-being so you can make informed choices about your life and body congruent with who you are.
As a certified Geek therapist, I am supportive of anime, gaming, and other niche communities that need mental health services without judgment. By utilizing and understanding Anime, Gaming, and Pop-Culture, we can connect your passions with your understanding of yourself and achieve self-discovery. We can determine how gaming becomes a coping skill and mechanism by which you operate instead of a negative addiction. We can discover the connections you share to pop-culture icons, anime heroines, and heroes you identify with. I have been called “The neet slayer” for my work with neet culture and turning it into something productive vs. unproductive.