Current Parenting Group
I use a HIPAA-compliant video conferencing service to provide therapy sessions with those located in Pennsylvania.
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My individual clients are often women who are struggling with low self-esteem, unproductive anger, and feeling unworthy. The people that find me a good fit for therapy often express wanting support with parenting, internal/external conflict, managing symptoms of anxiety or worry, ADHD, depression, and/or childhood trauma.
Through our work together, you will develop the ability to get curious and gain clarity related to what you want and need, having symptom-relief, and aspects that may block you from experiencing more confidence. This therapy will open the doors to access more connectedness, calmness, balance, satisfaction, and Joy!
"The Village" is a parenting group for parents looking to connect with others, reflect on their parenting approach, and experience support around their parenting struggles and successes. The group name stems from the saying "It takes a Village...", which I whole-heartedly believe to be true. However, in my work with parents, I consistently hear how they are feeling isolated and frequently worrying about being judged by other parents. In this group, we do not judge- we support each other to get curious about what parts of us may be getting activated by our children.
As the facilitator, my background in education, my training and understanding of family systems, along with my own parenting journey are a few aspects that I bring to the group.
Join us (virtually) as we create and develop our own village, so that we can feel more connected and less depleted while engaging in our hardest and most important job - parenting.
Families are systems. Systems sometimes need "tune-ups" or reorganization to work optimally.
This is where therapy can help!
Often, families view a particular person as "the problem". However, family therapists believe that this person is actually "symptomatic" FOR the family (like a cough is a symptom of a cold).
I work collaboratively with all family members to identify the core interactional patterns that are causing distress. From there, we will begin to experiment with new ways of interacting that will support family members experience a decrease in tension/conflict and an increase in genuine connections.