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  • We'll work together to understand how you're feeling rather than me assuming.

  • I'll carry the burden of communication. That means you don't need to worry about going on tangents or using the "right words", some the most insightful thoughts come out when people aren't worried about making sense. 

  • I'll value your unique neurotype, background, and perspective.

  • We'll explore what your needs are when you're not prioritizing others.

  • We'll figure out how you can be the best version of yourself while also setting realistic expectations so you don't end up overwhelmed.

Asperger's Syndrome
Highly Sensitive Person

Person Centered

This is about you! What matters most is who you are and what works for you. That means I take a collaborative and non-authoritative approach to treatment because I might have the educational background but you know your experience best.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the leading evidence-based practices used to treat anxiety and depression. It has benefits but it also has limitations. CBT focuses on exploring your thought patterns to better understand your reactions and emotional responses. Together, we'll look into what patterns aren't working for you anymore and explore more helpful ones. 

Neurodivergent Affirming

Neurodiversity is a term that refers to the differences in how we think, process, interpret and experience the world. Having a neurodivergent affirming (aka neurodiversity-affirming) practice means acknowledging differences and creating a plan that works for your rather than changing you to adapt to a neurotypical world.  

Acceptance and Committment Therapy (ACT)

While changing our thought patterns can help with a lot, sometimes life is hard and no amount of reframing will make it not suck. Instead of fighting those uncomfortable thoughts and feelings, what if you could just acknowledge them as passing thoughts or feelings, make adjustments if necessary, and move on with your day? 

Trauma Informed

Everyone has experienced some level of trauma, that can be what we typically think of but it can also be things like C-PTSD, generational trauma, or any way negative past experiences are currently affecting you. Trauma-informed care means looking at how your mind and body respond to traumatic and/or oppressive experiences. 

Mindful Awareness in Body-Oriented Therapy

Using a somatic approach we will focus on increasing interoceptive awareness. By deepening your understanding of your body's unique signals and sensory needs, we'll work on identifying how you're feeling and what you need before it becomes overwhelming.









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