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to seek comfort during times of distress or grief; to bring comfort or relief

It is powerful to feel heard, experience genuine connection, and to be understood. That is what I seek to provide for you at Solace Counseling. I pull from psychodynamic, narrative, family systems, and attachment theories while using a strengths-based approach. Our past experiences don’t have to define who we are, but we can explore them in a way to decrease shame and understand how they’ve shaped us today. Together we will recognize connections, identify patterns, and become aware of barriers to feeling successful, loved, and self-assured. 

Our ability to establish a trusting therapeutic relationship will act as our base to begin taking on new challenges, tolerating vulnerability, and working towards a life that is full of authenticity and safety. For the past 11 years I have had the honor to work alongside many families and adolescents with needs/issues related to communication, self-esteem, gender identity, grief, depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment, life transitions, family conflict, and body image. I look forward to meeting you.

All are Welcome. I do not deny services based on race, gender identity, religion, sex, nationality, disability, or ethnic background.

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