How can I increase intimacy in my relationships, while not giving up myself?
How do I manage difficult emotions with integrity?
How can I transform harmful, old patterns?
How do I live a more authentic and meaningful life?
You can learn to do all these things and more! Together, we can get clear about what’s really needed to feel satisfaction, meaning and ease in your life and relationships.
I specialize in working with people who think they’re too smart for therapy (or think they should be), and those who want to build fulfilling relationships (GLBTQ friendly).
My style is compassionate, empowering, attentive, interactive and holistic.
I work with many people who experience depression, anxiety, PTSD, as well as those who are ready to transform their old patterns to grow personally or spiritually.
Based on the nature of your unique goals, we will determine the course of therapy that is right for you. I do not use a one-size-fits-all approach.
It continues to be an honor for me to work with people to access and activate their inherent strengths. I love my work.
Professional interests include:
Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, life transitions
Relationships: Emotion Focused Couples Therapy, Relational Life Therapy, Crucible Approach, Undefended Love, etc.
Healing from past false beliefs, traumas
Personal growth – The Enneagram
Lifespan Integration, somatic work
Soulcraft – eco-depth-psychology
Mindfulness, inquiry, transpersonal psychology
Family Systems and Internal Family Systems
I am a Preferred Provider with:
*Premera Blue Cross
*Lifewise Health Plan of Washington
*Kaiser (only Access PPO and Options PPO networks)
*First Choice Health
*Regence Blue Shield
I may also be eligible as an out-of-network provider with other insurance companies when your plan covers this.
My fee for non-insurance payments is $140 per hour.
For Enneagram coaching or training information, see my Ninesight website.
“When I dare to be powerful – to use my strength in the service of my vision,
then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”