Here's what I believe about therapy: It’s not about fixing what’s wrong with you. It’s about knowing yourself more deeply than ever before.
I really love helping people develop more authentic and positive relationships with themselves and others. I practice an integrated mind/body approach to therapy that’s based on exploring thoughts, feelings and the tremendous amount of information stored deep in your body. I am a trained Brainspotting therapist, which is a relatively new way to access and release trauma, pain and negative emotions.
- Love addiction
- Avoidance of intimacy
- Unhealthy relationship patterns
- Sexual compulsivity
- Betrayal trauma
- Loss of sexual desire
- Sexual trauma
- Impact of digital technology on sex and intimacy
- Sexual pleasure and health
- Erotic radiance
My fee is $185 for a 50 minute therapy session.
Contact me about online coaching fees.
I do not accept insurance but will provide a statement that you can submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement.
My Training & Education
In addition to my private practice work, I am also a clinician at the Center for Healthy Sex, founded by Dr. Alexandra Katehakis, where I focus on female love and sex addiction, intimate partner betrayal trauma, and sex therapy. I developed the Women’s Love Addiction Weekend Workshop and I co-lead a women’s intimacy group at CHS every Thursday evening from 7-9PM.
I received a bachelor’s degree in Media Arts from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles. I did some of my clinical training at the Antioch University Counseling Center, a community mental health clinic recognized for its emphasis on cultural diversity and LGBTQ affirmative approach. For three years, I provided psychotherapy to adolescents in the Los Angeles’ public schools, helping teenagers heal from depression, anxiety, trauma, and family conflicts.
I’ve been interested in sexuality and relationships for a long, long time. For nearly 30 years, I’ve been investigating and exploring the human sexual condition. I’ve studied it professionally as a journalist, sex educator, author, workshop leader and media producer. I’ve learned an incredible amount through my personal experiences as a partner and a parent. I’ve also spoken to and worked with thousands of people who’ve shared their intimate histories and experiences with me. Being a psychotherapist is the latest extension of my life’s work, and I’m committed to staying curious until the very end.