As a feminist psychotherapist, my practice focuses on recovering and healing feminine stories as they manifest across the lifespans and lineages of women.
Gender is a construct, something fluid and always developing for every individual. While I work with all genders, individuals who come into therapy with me are often in need of addressing something lost in their feminine line. Most often, I work with self-identified women, as our stories have been left out of many psychological and patriarchal frameworks.
Feminine knowledge and experience have repeatedly been disappeared through gaslighting, domestic violence, isolation, or the unequal burden of childcare. Feminist psychotherapy offers an opportunity to disrupt the old stories, remember what has been left out, and restore a relationship to the sacred feminine.
William Makepeace Thackery, Vanity Fair
I am deeply committed to restoring relationship to the sacred feminine within, one individual at a time. While this always begins with the mother, who is our entry point into understanding the world, the psychological work also extends back generations, forward into our children, and horizontally in the present moment.