I identify as a multiracial, Latinx, Queer person. I am a Graduate Student Intern pursuing a Marriage, Couple, Family Therapy degree from Lewis and Clark College. I provide therapy from a social constructionist and intersectional framework, believing that we are in connection with each other and the spaces we occupy.
I approach therapy as a way to meet people where they are at in their lives and working together collaboratively, so people can live as their most authentic selves. Life can bring us uncertainty and challenges; as a therapist, I believe people deserve to express themselves and be heard in an open and non-judgmental space. I would like to graciously challenge you to step forward into growth while also creating boundaries to fall back into safety. In our space together, we can explore what path will lead us to authenticity. Theories I will predominantly be incorporating within our sessions are Narrative, Contextual, Experiential modalities.
I provide therapy for individuals, families, relationships/couples to kids, teens, adults, LBGTQIA2S+, Gender Diverse, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), all body size, and all abilities. I work with all relationships, which can include monogamous, non-monogamy, polyamory, and relational-anarchy. I am sex-positive and knowledgeable of kink/BDSM relationships.
I look forward to meeting you and us working together.
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