finding peace after anxiety
Dealing with anxiety is easier when it's shared.

Stressing, Snacking, Scrolling, Sipping, Spiraling?






That persistent knot in your stomach. The racing thoughts. The endless worries about your kids, your job, your finances, your relationship, or lack thereof… It’s a weight you carry every day, making it hard to breathe, let alone be the parent, partner, and professional you want to be.

And then all the shit we do to distract and avoid it…binging snacks, TikTok, a bit of vino, saying YES to the next episode again and again and again…
You’re not alone.

Millions of people struggle with overwhelming anxiety.
It doesn’t have to be this way.

The fucking merry-go-round


Maybe you’ve tried calming apps or self-help books. You may have even explored talk therapy before. Yet, that nagging anxiety persists – a constant hum beneath the surface.

Whispering doubts, painting worst-case scenarios, eroding your confidence.

Anxiety is a bitch.

I know because I deal with it too.

It’s a shadow, stealing your joy and making everyday life a battle.

I see you.


I understand.


It is not your fault.


Those well-meaning apps and self-help guides often focus on changing your thoughts or suppressing uncomfortable feelings. While sometimes helpful, this approach to overcoming anxiety can backfire.

The harder you fight those thoughts and feelings, the more power they hold.

We’ll work together to recognize how your well-intentioned efforts to simply “get rid of” the anxiety is actually fueling it, causing deeper frustration. This awareness opens a fresh path–one where you learn to relate to anxiety differently, reducing its grip and ultimately creating room for a richer, more meaningful life.

You Know the Damn Drill


Your days are a blur of work deadlines, school drop-offs, and endless chores. You dream of quiet moments but have no time for hobbies or self-care. You worry about saying the wrong thing, about not being good enough. Evenings spent feeling exhausted but restless, your mind buzzing with worries.

This isn’t how it’s supposed to be.

The Path to Change

Imagine a life where anxiety doesn’t control you. Imagine…

  • Mastering the racing thoughts and worries, finding a sense of calm within.
  • Reconnecting with your partner and friends, feeling truly present and engaged.
  • Performing at your best at work, with confidence and clarity.
  • Building healthy habits— better sleep, nourishing food, stress-reducing practices.
  • Rediscovering joy, pursuing passions, and living the fulfilling life you deserve.

My Role as Your Guide


With over three decades of experience as a therapist specializing in anxiety and trauma, I understand the unique struggles faced by driven professionals.

My approach is compassionate, personalized, and grounded in evidence-based techniques like Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and EMDR.

Together, we will:

  • Take the fight out to take the bite out: We’ll cultivate psychological safety allowing you to observe your thoughts and feelings about anxiety without getting hooked by them. I’ll help you create space between yourself and your anxious thoughts and reduce your internal struggle.
  • Step off the damn hamster wheel in your head: You’ll learn practical tools that fit seamlessly into your demanding schedule, allowing you to find moments of calm within the chaos.
  • Do no harm but take no shit: Build a compassionate relationship with yourself, fostering resilience and the ability to live in alignment with your values, even when anxiety arises.
  • Process past traumas for lasting relief: If needed, we’ll integrate gentle, effective trauma therapies to heal old wounds and break their hold on your present-day life.

Take the First Step towards Your Relief:

I know how daunting therapy can seem, especially when you’re already overwhelmed. That’s why I offer a free consultation. It’s a chance to talk, ask questions, and see if we’re a good fit.

Book your free consultation today and let’s start building the calmer, happier life you envision. You don’t have to do this alone.

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