Early adults/adults with Creativity/Artistic struggles
Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #128815
Under the Supervision of Anna Major LMFT #98441
Your life is not a problem to be solved. Rather, it’s a journey I hope to give you the courage to compassionately face and savor. My hope in our collaboration is to help you achieve greater psychological flexibility. I have had success working with creative people looking to heal their wounds without losing the edge that fuels creativity. I help people navigate depression, anxiety, relational issues, life transitions, men’s issues, artists struggling to find their creative voice, social anxiety, and self-acceptance. I work from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy framework, which works across a wide variety of issues and concerns.
My clients find the ability to unearth and heal from their past wounds in a way that allows them to find new meanings and possibilities in their relationships - both with themselves and with others. Self-compassion is a vital skill I model and teach within my client’s healing process.
You can expect me to be engaged and collaborative with you in session. I use an eclectic, strength-based approach and find myself to be of most help when I can make space for safety, lightness, and trust in therapy. I’ve been told that I’m warm, funny, and gentle by clients. I primarily work with teens, young adults, and adults.
I am seeing clients both virtually and in-person.
Our office is out-of-network with insurance (PPO plans), but we will file claims for your reimbursement so you don't have to. Curious? Save time and book a free consultation slot that works with your schedule: calendar.app.google/qfwhBRoKwMovGrhdA
Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology
University of Southern California
Bachelor of Arts in Music with an Emphasis in Music Performance
California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists (CAMFT), Member
San Fernando Valley Chapter of CAMFT (SFV-CAMFT), Member
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS), Member
Center for Studies of the Person (CSP), Associate Member
Main Office: 310-612-2998
Office Fax: 424-600-7150
Entire of State of California
Santa Monica Office
Monday 12 PM - 6 PM