Each individual has an important story to tell, and, as an empathetic, genuine therapist, I listen with compassion and offer my observations, insights, or simply my reflective silence. My clients are diverse in terms of presenting issues, background, age, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. My approach is client-centered and non-judgmental, incorporating both Eastern philosophy and modern Western psychology and medicine.
The clients I have who deal with cancer are quite an inspiration to me, and I find myself learning more from them than perhaps they are learning from me. I have worked with all kinds of suffering, and those with cancer know a certain kind of inner suffering that is unique and private. I want to help bear some of that burden and offer some peace and ease by hearing their stories and offering gentle, restorative yoga.
- E-RYT 200
- Hamline University- BA Majors in Psychology and Criminal Justice
- Minnesota School of Professional Psychology- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
- Yoga Center of Minneapolis- 230 Hour Teacher Training Certificate
Years in Practice: 20