As a clinician, I'm practical and optimistic, known for my calm manner, genuine style, and positivity. We'll look for your strengths in addition to the problems you identify. I'm gentle but I won't shy away from something that needs to be said. I aim to live what I teach, but just like you, I'm far from perfect. For fun, I enjoy cycling, singing, being in nature, and travel. For rest and rejuvenation, I like reading and being with family.
You may feel stuck or know that something needs to change, but not know where to start. Your struggle may be with your health, mood, fears, work or relationships, but you need help to make things different. You feel together and powerful in some areas of your life, but lost or helpless in others. You are committed and willing to work towards a better life.
My counseling approach is flexible and integrative. Some days you'll need to cry and some days we'll laugh together. You might need help with motivation or to create an action plan. Some of the time we'll use mindful awareness and explore what is happening in your body and mind. Working as a clinical psychologist in Sacramento, we are privileged to be near the beautiful American River Parkway where we might choose Walk and Talk therapy outside the office. Together, we'll clarify what you need and work towards that goal. My greatest joy as a therapist is to witness transformation.
My primary therapeutic influences come from mindfulness based practices, acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT), relational and psychodynamic perspectives, and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). I continually work to strengthen my knowledge and skills to bring to my clinical practice. I've had specialized training in clinical health psychology, including for chronic pain, chronic illness, and insomnia. I've completed extensive training in Clinical Hypnosis, CBT, and ACT. I love being a lifetime learner which inspires both my clinical work and my teaching.
Aside from what I bring to you, there is also what you bring to the work with me including motivation and openness. The bottom line is that therapy is a dynamic process and provides many opportunities for you to grow and change and heal. I know both from my own personal experiences in therapy and from working with people over the years that psychotherapy can be truly transformational and life-changing.
Licensed Psychologist (California PSY #20491)
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois
M.A., Psychology, San Diego State University, California
B.A., Psychology, University of California, Irvine
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