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When we work together, we will collaboratively address whatever is bothering you.


You don’t have to walk the path of intentional living alone

For the past two decades, I’ve had the privilege of helping thousands of adolescents and adults develop more insight and effective coping skills, so they can pursue a healthy, happy life.

Anxiety Disorders

All of us worry, and that’s normal. But anxiety becomes a problem when fears, worries, or anxiety-driven behaviors are excessive or pervasive, get in the way of day-to-day functioning, and don’t go away on their own. Using effective tools, we can work together to understand your fears and identify your options for change. With preparation and practice, you can say good-bye to panic and build a life of peace.

Mood Disorders

Sadness, anger, and irritability are temporary, natural responses to a threat, frustration, loss, or hurt. But when these emotions become long-lasting and overwhelming—and steal the joy from certain activities—it might be depression or another mood disorder. I can help you shift your thoughts and actions, leading you to a life powered by your strengths and rooted in your values.

Life Transitions

Change is inevitable. And sometimes a major transition can exceed your capacity to cope. Working together, you can learn ways to manage big life events in a flexible, healthy manner. You’ll gain therapeutic tools to build your way to feeling empowered, confident, and balanced again.

Other Concerns

Maybe you want to heal from trauma, clarify your values, develop your mature identity, cope with grief, achieve your athletic or creative goals, enhance your capacity for effective parenting, develop a satisfying partnership, or increase your self-esteem. Whatever you are facing, you don’t need to do it alone.

Eating Disorders

If your thoughts or actions about food or fitness are interfering with your daily life, you may have an eating disorder—a serious and treatable illness that requires a multidisciplinary treatment approach. You (or a loved one) can learn how to handle emotions, thoughts, relationships, body image, exercise, goal setting, and life’s challenges without restricting or using food to cope.



You may have heard the myth that eating disorders are lifelong, but here’s the plain truth:

Full recovery is possible

HIPAA-compliant telehealth services available.

Taking an integrative approach

My compassionate, holistic approach to therapy is integrative, drawing from various treatment modalities. I also welcome the opportunity to work as part of a team. Depending on your concerns and strengths, we may incorporate the following:

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)

Family-based therapy (FBT)

Mentalization-based therapy (MBT)

Positive psychology

Compassion-focused therapy (CFT)

Mindfulness-based eating awareness training (MB-EAT)

Sport psychology

Transdiagnostic cognitive behavioral therapy (TD-CBT)

Cognitive processing therapy (CPT)

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Continuing Education & Webinars

Webinars for intentional eating

Do you choose food based on whether it’s “good” or “bad”? Does eating lead to feelings of guilt or shame? Has your relationship to food, weight, or your body led you to isolate yourself? If so, it’s time to transform your relationship to food and your body. These 90-minute webinars offer a compassionate, science-backed approach to change. And, if you’re a therapist, you can earn continuing education credits while you learn.

Whole-Person Approach to Making Peace with Food and Your Body

Learn to optimize your well-being by focusing on two important areas of your health: food and your body. You’ll be inspired to stop living on autopilot and be empowered to change.

How to Stop Binge Eating:
6 Steps to Freedom

In this solutions-driven webinar, understand how overeating, cheat meals, and binge eating differ, along with why dieting failures are not your fault. You’ll develop research-backed skills to change your habits.

How they helped others

“I really got a lot from the content. The speaker clearly explained all the content well. It was 4:30 a.m. here in Adelaide, South Australia, so to keep my attention at that time was quite a skill. Well done and thank you!”

“I appreciated the webinar’s less-shaming approach to overeating, the decreased focus on diet, and the greater focus on wholesome living and mindfulness.”

“I was highly skeptical that a one-minute meditation would work—but it did. Great mindful eating tips. I also liked the ‘whole person’ approach—that good health includes sleep and waking up feeling rested.”


I’m pleased to provide a range of short- and long-term consultations:

Media interviews and consultations for print, television, and film programming

Suicide prevention training for groups in QPR, an empirically validated program

Program development

Postgraduate clinical supervision for licensure


Assessments to determine level of care for intensive treatment

Short-term eating disorders treatment consultations for licensed professionals

Referrals to therapists, registered dietitians, psychiatrists, and other physicians

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