We are all here to evolve into more conscious, responsible individuals. Mental health issues arise when we are out of alignment with what is happening within and around us. As we embrace and adjust to our life situations–working through our disappointments and broken expectations–our equilibrium is restored. We feel stronger and more capable to accept what is in front of us to do, with new joy and understanding. Blending psychology with spirituality, I offer tools for self-discovery, forgiveness, meditation, healthy transitions, healed relationships, and positive parenting. You will learn how to uncover hidden strengths and be on track with your life purpose.
I am a Certified Brainspotting Therapist and Consultant, trained in Phases 1, 2, 3, 4, and Master Class; plus several specialty trainings for various Brainspotting techniques.
Center for Dynamic Healing offers a mind-body-soul approach to the support you are looking for, whether that is healing, awareness, performance, or expansion. In-person, phone, and online video sessions are available.
Level of Training
Brainspotting Phase 1
Brainspotting Phase 2
Brainspotting Phase 3
Brainspotting Phase 4
Brainspotting Phase Master Class
Certified Brainspotting Therapist
Certified Brainspotting Trainer
Brainspotting Advanced Trainings
Certified Brainspotting Consultant
I am an Advanced Practicing Social Worker and owner of Confluence Therapy in Madison. Confluence is the coming together of two rivers. My goal is to help others find the confluence of their brain and body, for connection and healing.
I support clients by providing holistic, psychosomatic mental health therapy. Whether you are experiencing life transitions, struggling to cope, or seeking to process past trauma, therapy can help. I utilize a variety of approaches, from Brainspotting to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy depending on the needs and preferences of my client. I work to emphasize somatic processing, so that distress and emotions can move through the body.
I believe each individual possesses the innate ability to heal. The connection that is present in a therapeutic relationship is a place to be seen and feel supported. Through this connection, I bring my attunement and guidance to assist you on your healing journey. I operate from an intersectional perspective and recognize the impacts race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and ability have on a person’s mental health. Each individual has varying needs from a therapist and I encourage my clients to share with me their needs and preferences in therapy. I learn, practice, and live on Ho-Chunk land. I honor and respect their ancestors and their land.
- Brainspotting Phase 1
- Brainspotting Phase 2
- Brainspotting Trained Therapist