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Services & Specialties

‘Integrative Pathways Counseling’ reflects my therapeutic style, which is holistic or integrative. I use several different therapeutic approaches when working with clients. I recognize that one therapeutic modality does not fit all and I commit to using whatever approach you and I, together, decide is the best fit for you.


I enjoy working with adults, couples and adolescents. I specialize in Perinatal Mental Health (Postpartum Depression, Postpartum Anxiety, Postpartum OCD, Postpartum PTSD, Postpartum Psychosis), Maternal Mental Health, Mood Disorders, Trauma (recent and childhood, PTSD), Grief and Loss, Adjustment (including adjustment to being parents) and  Life Transitions. I also facilitate a weekly support group called ‘Hope 4 Moms', created for pregnant women and new Moms experiencing emotional distress. Check back at a later time for more information on when this group will resume.

 For more information about these support groups, click HERE.


In addition to providing in-office counseling services, I also do home visits, public speaking and educational workshops on maternal wellness and Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders.


In my practice I utilize the following therapeutic approaches:

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) – An integrated therapeutic approach that uses eye movements to desensitize and reprocess disturbing thoughts and memories.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – A therapeutic approach that combines changing one’s patterns of thoughts and behaviors to elicit new and less distressing feelings
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Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) – An integrated therapeutic approach that combines mindfulness-based techniques with cognitive techniques to reduce distressing symptoms

Outdoor Meditation


An energy psychology therapeutic approach, based upon Christian precepts, which integrates muscle-testing, Neuro-Emotional Technique, Thought Field Therapy and EMDR



Do not be afraid of growing slowly; be only afraid of standing still.  - Chinese Proverb

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