What is most healing happens within relationships ...



 We are all in Relationship.

  At home . . .
  At work . . .
  In social/romantic situations . . .
  With ourselves . . .

Relationships are opportunities for personal growth and transformation.


When we are able to embrace them as such, relationships become rich, rewarding associations of powerful healing and learning. We can build a more clear sense of who we are, who we want to be, and gain access to the inner power to create what we want in our lives. In many intimate relationships there is a powerful potential for healing which lies dormant. It can be hidden beneath miscommunication, projection, old pain, blaming, and disappointment. In our work together we can address these issues and bring about the shifts necessary to engage in a connected, loving and passionate partnership. You can build the relationship you want whether this is with another person, or with yourself.

Therapy offers a supportive environment in which you can take the risks necessary for personal growth. I can offer you a process and tools for managing whatever arises in our exploration and will help enable you to come to terms with whatever you find both within yourself and within your relationships.



Licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist by the state of California (LMFT). License number 036609.

Masters in Counseling from University of San Francisco.


Member of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.

What is an LMFT?

LMFT stands for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. This license is governed by the state of California through the California Board of Behavioral Science. This is a masters level license and requires a Masters in Counseling, 3000 hours of supervised clinical experience, and two licensing exams, one written, one oral. California has some of the most strenuous licensing requirements for MFTs of all fifty states.

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