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What I Offer

Somatic Therapy

Somatic therapy is a broad term used to describe any therapy

which links mind, body, and emotions.


The somatic therapy that I use is called Somatic Experiencing (SE).

This approach is specifically designed to address stress and trauma, with a focus on nervous system regulation.

Somatic sessions with me are a combination of talking, bodily awareness, and movement.

I also offer somatic touch sessions, either while seated or lying down. These kinds of sessions, in which consensual, safe touch is present, can be essential in healing wounds around attachment and other traumas in which our physical needs and boundaries were not considered.


Counseling is a type of talk therapy which sees each individual holistically.

This means looking at both internal and external experiences, in the present moment. Although past experiences can be explored, it is not essential for healing.

I work with individuals and couples around the topics of their choice.


Common themes include emotional regulation, becoming more conscious and skilled in relationships, attachment wounds, and getting in touch with your wants, needs & boundaries.

Somatic practices are usually a part of each session, and are adapted to each person or couple.

Conscious, Embodied Movement

Dance is a safe place to explore both movement and stillness while connecting to ourselves deeply and authentically. Through breath and conscious movement, we dive deep into our experience in gentle and meaningful ways.

I discovered conscious movement and sacred spaces early on and have been actively exploring ever since. Some methods I have experience with include meditation, yoga, different ecstatic dance practices including kundalini dance, as well as others.

These methods are like meditations in movement and can be a wonderful support in addition to somatic therapy.

I am currently offering dance practices both individually and in groups.

If you are interested, please reach out to me to learn more.

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