Glad to meet you, my pronouns are she/her.

As a general practitioner, I see adults with a wide range of concerns. Some of these concerns include:

*  Anxiety                                * Chemical Dependency

*  Depression                       * Co-Dependency

*  Relationships                  * LGBTQI

*  Grief and Loss                *  Truama

*  Life Transitions             *  Self-Esteem

My practice integrates psychodynamic, existential, cognitive-behavioral and feminist approaches to help individuals develop insight into the ways their identity, thoughts, feelings and relationships have been shaped by life experiences and systemic cultural influences. I view therapy as a tool and an experience that can help you discover and learn about previous helpful ways that you have learned to cope with challenging circumstances. 

Together we can assess whether those coping skills are still valuable to you. If not, I can assist you in developing insight into acquiring new ways of coping, behaving, and thinking that are more satisfying and affirming to you. 

Together we will focus on your resiliency, strengths, and goals. In this respect, therapy is a journey that you navigate while I offer support and guidance. 

My approach is strength based, client centered and interpersonal. My down to earth manner stems from a lifetime of working through my own personal struggles (we all have them). You could say I learned how to help people from the inside out.

I am respectfully considerate of each client¹s experience of the world as it pertains to areas such as career, family traditions, racial and cultural background, spiritual beliefs, sexual identity, and gender expression. 

I am in private practice with an office on Captiol Hill and am currently accepting clients in the Seattle area.


  • M.A. in Psychology, Antioch University, Seattle, 2008
  • One year internship at Seattle Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities
  • B.A. in Psychology, Antioch University Seattle, 2000  

Volunteer Experience

  • Home Alive – Helped homeless women access self-defense classes and empower themselves
  • King County Crisis Clinic – Crisis Counselor
  • Recovery Groups – Facilitated non-traditional groups for recovery from chemical and behavioral addictions that are empowerment based to give an alternative to 12-Step.


I accept :

  • First Choice Health Network
  • Premera

I am also an out-of-network provider for all plans that allow it.

The fee is $160 for intake and $135 for individual therapy.

I have limited sliding scale fees available.