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Who am I?

Am I a good fit to work with you? Will I be able to handle your issues? What if I don’t get it and you take a chance by opening up and end up feeling worse? Why is this woman starting her bio this way?

Easy. You should have questions for me. The hard truth is not every therapist is a good fit for everyone and the first few times we meet you will be trying to answer these questions. The other truth: not every therapist should be a fit for everyone. That said:

We will work well together if you are looking for someone who is open, direct and action oriented. That does not mean we will not spend time understanding how you got to where you are today. It means that together we will create a space for you to work through your stuck places and get back to life…your life.

You don’t need me to feel overwhelmed, stuck and exhausted- that’s how you got here. I want you to get back to who you know yourself to be-whatever that looks like to you. At the end of the day I want to build you back up, help you plant the seeds of your own garden so that you can flourish. And therapy- I want you to not need it anymore.

To do this we will work together. I will never tell you what you have to do-because you do you. I will teach you some ways to approach what you are going through. Ways to stop the cycle. Next exit: bliss please!

Now for the details?

I have a masters of psychology from Pepperdine University. I have provided therapeutic services to a variety of clients since I graduate in 2011. I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the State of New Hampshire. To learn more about my areas of specialty go here.