• “The darkest night is often the bridge to the brightest tomorrow”

    — Jonathan Lockwood Huie —


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The Board of Behavioral Sciences receives and responds to complaints regarding services provided within the scope of practice of (marriage and family therapists, licensed educational psychologists, clinical social workers, or professional clinical counselors). You may contact the board online at www.bbs.ca.gov, or by calling (916) 574-7830.


Do you feel broken or disconnected from yourself and your family? Are you overwhelmed by the demands of parenthood and seeking more connection to your children? Have you experienced traumatic events? Maybe you feel stuck in a power struggle with your kid or your partner(s), or you find yourself yelling, punishing or checking-out. Therapy with someone you trust can help. You are not broken. There is hope.

I chose a bridge to represent my practice and our work together. Here's why.

In yoga, the broken bridge pose serves the purpose of restoration, increasing our sense of safety and regulating our nervous system. This pose can serve as a powerful tool in self-regulation and healing. Bridges are objects of connection and symbolic of transitions; they can move us from trauma to healing, from unconscious to conscious, and from fear to safety.

My purpose is to support you in rebuilding your bridge; to strengthen healthy connections and to provide a supportive, safe space when you feel broken. Therapy is a place where you call fall apart without judgment; share the parts of yourself which feel ashamed, and create new ways of living. You can gain insight as you reflect on your past and rediscover hope for your future.

"You are not alone, alone would be if your heart no longer beat and your lungs no longer pulled and your breath no longer pushed. How are you alone if an entire community lives in you. You have all of you on your side"

- Rupi Kaur

If You're Ready to....

• Begin Healing

• Learn New Ways to Cope

• Feel Better

…Then let's chat!


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