Amy (she/her) believes in the importance of building genuine connection in a nonjudgmental space, where we can feel seen in all of our complexity, and find the safety to be curious about ourselves beyond a focus on symptoms or diagnosis. With a relational approach, she supports clients in finding the balance of both affirming who we are today, while also defining for ourselves what we want to move towards in our lives.
Driven by a curiosity about the mind-body connection, she integrates experience as a health coach and Pilates trainer into her therapeutic work. Amy believes that what brings us to therapy isn’t only understood on an individual level, but also in the context of the communities and systems that impact us, and sees her role as a therapist synonymous with being an advocate for social justice. With training in DBT and CBT, she is committed to building a deeper understanding of how we heal, and how our identities and experiences of trauma shape how we experience the world.
Though she is passionate about working with adults and young adults, she is open to working with all ages, couples and families.