My work has evolved as a natural progression of my own healing journey.
Like many therapists, I was a client first. In college I started experiencing anxiety and panic attacks as a result of unaddressed childhood trauma.
The first time I walked into a therapist's office, I knew I belonged there.
We did good, but short-term, work, and it took several years for me to find my way back into a therapist’s office when, unsurprisingly, those same traumas resurfaced because they hadn’t been fully resolved with short-term, cognitive behavioral therapy. And in fact, the symptoms had come back with a vengeance.