Develop individualized coping skills based on your strengths to feel calm and prepared in the face of the ever increasing pace and pressure of academics, extracurriculars, bullies and social media.
Find hope and balance in the face of anxiety, depression, or other mood disorders and learn to manage the symptoms in your daily life.
Untangle your intricate social network and learn how to communicate most effectively with the important people in your life. You may be feeling both socially isolated and totally overwhelmed by the relationships you juggle.
Identify and hone your values, strengths, and truths to create an authentic sense of self. Whether you are exploring your gender, sexuality, or goals for the future, we will use this information to help you make decisions with confidence.
I have specialized experience supporting clients and families experiencing these challenges after serving as the staff art therapist on the Seattle Children's Hospital Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Unit. I understand that these can be chronic conditions. I will work with you to learn unique and creative coping skills based in your strengths to live a life you can be excited about.
If you have recently transitioned from inpatient hospitalization or residential care for Eating Disorders, Self Harm behaviors, and/ or Suicidal Ideation, I can support you as an outpatient provider. I am experienced with helping clients learn to stay safe at home and advocate for their needs while moving between multiple levels of mental health care.
I will return all messages within 48 hours.
If you are in crisis please call 9-1-1 or the King County Crisis Line at 866-427-4747.
I am located in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle.
To inquire about starting therapy with a free 20 minute phone consultation, please reach out through the number listed below or send a message through the form to the left. I am excited to connect with you and your family!
Madison Park, Seattle, Washington 98112, United States