I have come to believe that conflict is not only inevitable, but often an essential catalyst for change and growth. How we understand and manage conflict, however, will dictate whether it leads to combat or, alternatively, to learning new and healthier ways to conduct our relationships.
I have devoted my psychotherapy practice to helping people rethink, improve and repair their intimate, personal and work relationships. In this work, my focus is on my clients’ strengths, their capacity to change and grow, and — with the appropriate support — to discover their own solutions and direction.
MA, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy, Antioch University Seattle
MHL, Gratz Hebrew College, Philadelphia, PA
BA, Barnard College (Columbia University), New York City
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LH-60288715) in the State of Washington
American Counseling Association
International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors
Seattle Counselors Association
Regularly attend conferences and trainings to enhance my education and the quality of my therapeutic work.
Advanced training in:
Relational Therapy (Terry Real)
Developmental Model for Couples Therapy (Ellyn Bader)
Sex & Power Relationship Therapy (Terry Real & Esther Perel)
Emotion-Focused Therapy (Susan Johnson)
Positive Discipline (Jodie McVittie)
Restorative Circles and Conferences (IIRP)