Online therapy for men and women in Colorado, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

My mission is to provide a private, safe, and comfortable environment where you can feel respected and heard.


Have you found yourself repeating the same thinking errors? Do you feel like your life is not in your control? Are the same unhealthy patterns occurring repeatedly in your relationships? Do you find yourself clinging to what’s familiar, even if it’s toxic?

Psychotherapy helps to make sense of society’s expectations of what you should be.  The world often pressures you to fit a mold or behave predictably. Which leaves you to wonder what your place is within society. Is there a mold for you? If there is, should you even fit it? Or should you set your own blueprint? Can you change the course of your life? You may find yourself with these questions. Psychotherapy helps you find the answers.

I work hard to make sure my clients feel their conversations with me are safe and comfortable, allowing them to work through their challenges. Life presents emotions that are universal, but your experiences and struggles are unique to you. Our work together will be a safe place, free from shame or blame. You will be able to talk openly, get the support you need, and find the path that’s right for you. Online therapy gives you flexibility, convenience, privacy, no commute time, and accessibility. I understand each person has their own story to tell. Working with me, you will find someone dedicated to your well being and success. Someone who will root for you and listen to your progress. Someone who will listen without judgement or bias. The work we do together will be focused on improvement. We’ll work with your past and understand your present. Then we’ll use that knowledge to move forward to a successful future.

Benefits of Psychotherapy:

  • Focused on solutions
  • Identify and utilize your strengths
  • Reevaluate and repair relationships
  • Achieve your goals
  • Be Heard


For trauma to heal, we often have to face the past. But how do we face the past without reliving the pain? EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) offers a way. By stimulating both sides of your brain, EMDR allows you to work through trauma without  re-experiencing pain. EMDR provides the ability to process painful emotions and memories, and use them to gain a new perspective on your life.

Patterns of thought can influence the way we behave. When those patterns are bad for us, we repeat the same behaviors over and over, despite their poor results in the past. We may not even notice when we fall into these self-destructive, negative patterns. Changing those patterns can be difficult to do on your own.

Benefits of EMDR:

  • Less Talk, More change
  • Efficient
  • Future oriented
  • Quick results
  • insight into your life

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) gives you the tools to ease you out of those negative thought patterns. Creating a more balanced way of thinking and allowing you to see different perspectives gives you a broader option in life. You’re no longer limited to your old thought patterns. You can create new possibilities for yourself and re-discover your enjoyment of life.

Sometimes, our thoughts are what hold us back. And sometimes, our thoughts are what set us free. CBT allows you to let go of the thoughts that keep you from moving forward. It also gives your new ways of thinking that will improve your future in real, tangible ways. CBT lets you discard your old habits and patterns, giving you the tools you need to transform your life for the better.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an approach that helps to ease you out of the thought patterns that aren’t serving you, and create new, more balanced ways of thinking about your challenges. CBT can help empower you to make changes, see possibilities, and re-discover enjoyment in your day to day life.

Benefits of CBT:


  • Identifying negative thought patterns
  • Develop positive thought patterns
  • Managing anger
  • Managing frustration
  • Managing chronic pain
  • Resolving relationship conflicts
  • Coping with grief and loss
  • Increases self awareness