Individual Therapy for
Teens and Young Adults
Family Therapy
Eating Disorder Treatment






Therapy with me is a judgement-free place that can help you gain perspective and understanding of your emotions, historical ways of coping, and relationship patterns. Regardless of your age, therapy is a healing relationship, not a quick fix. I focus on connection as a tool for helping you make practical changes, at your pace, and in a way that feels right to you. I can offer support in areas of anxiety, depression, historical trauma, family and relationship challenges, identity formation, and personal growth. I take a Client-Centered approach to therapy, while drawing upon insights from Narrative Therapy, Family Systems, Attachment Theory, and Mindfulness. Read more about my approach related to eating disorders below.

I have a specific passion for working with teens and young adults around the challenges of moving into adulthood, navigating relationships, and exploring identity and personal values. I emphasize trust, connection, and creativity, and our work together focuses on building self-esteem, shame-resilience, and helpful skills to support improved well-being. In working with teens, parents and caregivers are in the loop as necessary with sessions and calls.


Every family experiences seasons where a little extra support may be needed. During big or small life changes, growing children, blending families, or managing the impact of individual struggles - family therapy can help. Each member of your family has a unique temperament, experiencing different challenges and strengths. I draw on principles from Symbolic-Experiential and Structural Family Therapy. I'd love to come alongside your family to assist in your journey toward improved communication, and more sustainable and supportive dynamics. I also offer parent coaching sessions as a standalone support or supplement to family therapy.

Whether you're struggling with an eating disorder, difficult patterns in your relationship with food or exercise, or body image concerns, I can help. I offer years of experience working with adults and adolescents at the inpatient, residential, PHP, and IOP levels of care, working with individuals and families.


Healing your relationship with food, your body, and movement can allow for your to live a fuller and more connected life. I am weight inclusive, anti-diet, and operate from a Health at Every Size ® perspective. I use principles from The 8 Keys to Recovery from an Eating Disorder and incorporate concepts from Intuitive Eating. Each person's experience with disordered eating or exercise is different, and can often exist on a spectrum. Individual therapy on an outpatient basis may be appropriate, or I may recommend looking into a higher level of care. My goal is to help you find the support you need, even if that's not with me initially. The National Eating Disorders Association can provide more information about eating disorders and levels of care. 


Beyond therapy, I have a passion for learning, the sharing of knowledge, and education. I also care deeply about creating awareness of eating disorders in our community. I'm currently an adjunct faculty in Lewis and Clark College's Professional Mental Health Counseling Master's Program. I am also available for speaking events in groups of health-care providers, at schools to students or educators, and within other organizations. Please contact me for more information and my rate. 



  • Rates for therapy services are as follows:

    • Individual Therapy - $145 per 45-55 minute session

    • Family/Conjoint Therapy, or Parent Coaching  - $165 per 55-minute session

  • For those using insurance:

    • Individual Therapy, Family/Conjoint Therapy, or Parent Coaching - billed at $180 per 45-55 minute session


The session fee is due at the time of service via cash or credit card. I reserve a number of sliding scale appointments and offer equity pricing on an individualized basis, please reach out to me to talk more about this. Credit cards may be entered in the client portal and will be kept on file for billing.


I am currently an in-network insurance provider with PacificSource, Reliant Behavioral Health, Aetna, Cigna, and Lyra. I will no longer be in-network with Regence Blue Cross, Blue Shield, as of 12/1/2022Before we set up an appointment, please reach out to me to talk more about your insurance coverage, I can help check benefits to determine your out-of-pocket cost for sessions. Please know, your cost will depend on your individual plan's co-pay, co-insurance, and/or deductible.

If am not in-network with your insurance provider, you may have out-of-network benefits that can reimburse a portion of therapeutic services. When using out-of-network benefits, you are responsible for the full session fee at the time of your appointment. I can provide a monthly super-bill for potential reimbursement at your individual plan's rates. 

Cancellation Policy

I require 24-hour notice of cancellation or reschedule. A $110 fee will be charged to the credit card on file if you do not show up for our scheduled appointment, or cancel with less than 24 hours notice. Insurance does not cover this fee. Thank you for your understanding.

Crisis Support

As an independent private-practitioner, I do not provide continuous or on-call crisis management services. If you're ever experiencing an urgent mental health crisis:

  • Call the Multnomah County Crisis line at 503-988-4888

  • Text HOME to 741741

  • Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.