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Journey to Wholeness: My Path to Healing

My career journey—from guiding teens on a suicide hotline to bolstering soldiers' resilience to teaching English—has always been driven by a mission to foster deep connections and healing. These varied experiences now shape my private practice, where, as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I blend somatic therapy with mindfulness to nurture mental wellness.

With training in Mind-Body Medicine, I combine therapeutic modalities to support clients through personal and activist challenges. Whether you're navigating grief or championing social change, my holistic approach honors your individual journey.

As my practice evolves to meet the needs of today's changemakers, my commitment to compassionate, integrative care remains steadfast. If my story resonates with you, I invite you to join me in exploring a path to holistic well-being.

Mind and Body Integration

Seventeen years ago, my first Tai Chi and Qigong session sparked a fascination with the mind-body connection. This journey led me to earn a Ph.D. in Mind-Body Medicine at Saybrook University, where I learned to harness this connection to enhance mental and physical well-being.

My practice merges traditional psychotherapy with the wisdom of mind-body wellness, creating a space for whole-self healing. I believe in a relaxed, respectful approach that honors who you are, offering techniques that ground and empower you.

What I Offer

  • Whole-Person Therapy: My sessions go beyond talk, connecting emotional and physical experiences for comprehensive healing.

  • Mindfulness and Relaxation: Learn to calm your mind and rejuvenate your body through mindfulness meditation and qigong.

  • Support for Life’s Challenges: Whether dealing with grief, anxiety, relationship issues, or existential questions, my tailored approach helps adolescents and young adults find balance and direction.


My goal in every session is to inspire change through understanding, respect, and the transformative power of connecting mind and body.

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