Conveniently located across from the Cherry Creek Mall, I offer 60-minute psychotherapy sessions for adults, 18-75. Coming from a place of unconditional, positive regard, I create a safe space in which you can explore the deepest, most vulnerable parts of yourself. My work is grounded in the principles of Hakomi, a somatic (body)-based psychotherapy:
I provide distance counseling services (DC) to clients as an option in our increasingly busy world, embracing the best practices of traditional counseling and applying them to today's technology. If you find that you are too busy to make the trip to my office, out of town on business, or if your schedule is tight, your therapy appointment can still be an oasis in the midst of a busy life. I am a Distance Credentialed Counselor, certified to offer therapy via Facetime and phone to clients residing in the State of Colorado and the State of New York. My DC practice is in keeping with HIPAA-compliance rules as well as the ethical standards relevant to the use of distance technology for telebehavioral health.
My overall approach is psychodynamic. Within that theory, I work in the modalities of CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy), Solution-Focused, Existential, and Mindfulness. At the same time, if there is acute or long-standing trauma, or attachment issues, I weave in the somatic (body) work of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Hakomi, focusing on the felt sense of the body’s organization of experience in the present moment. Additionally, a Buddhist perspective often informs my work.