I came to therapy upon realizing how powerful it is to recognize and honor the difficulties we experience.
Talking about the areas that trouble you, with the right person, bring you not only to resolution, but also to finding new strengths, vitality, and an increased confidence in yourself and the choices you make.
I have immersed myself in couples therapy training and experience, and couples are always more than half of my practice.
This is incredibly beneficial for my individual clients as well. I often work with people one-on-one who are struggling with their primary relationship.
Therapy is so much more than curing what hurts—it’s about finding out what part of you is fighting to come to the surface.
Along with my education and training, I bring compassionate, intuitive listening to my work, and the intention to be with you as you are, now.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Washington State — #LF 60672270
Antioch University, Los Angeles, CA
M.A., Clinical psychology, with a specialization in spiritual and depth psychology
Boston University, Boston, MA
The PACT Institute
Certification of Completion in PACT training Level I
Certification of Completion in PACT training Level II
4 years post-graduate training in PACT
PACT Institute Ambassador – 2019
PACT Institute Seattle Coordinator – 2013 – 2017
The Gottman Institute
Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Significant supervised experience in couples therapy, 2013 – 2016
Certification of Completion in EMDR training Level I
Cyndy Sheldon, Gestalt Therapist, Seattle, WA
Post-graduate training in Gestalt Therapy, small group instruction, 2012 – 2014
Alliance Community Psychotherapy Clinic, Seattle, WA
Volunteer Therapist, 2013 – 2014
Dr. Lopsang Rapgay, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Research Associate, Study of Sustained, Distributed Attention and Working Memory in Anxiety Disorders, 2010 – 2011
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