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Family Counselor in San Francisco, CA

Experienced in
Individual and Couples Counseling

I have been in the world of counseling for the last 7 years. Over the course of that time I have come to the conclusion that within a safe, loving atmosphere, anyone can begin to answer their own questions. The challenge is usually most people do not know where to find that atmosphere, or even what it looks like.

I work with individuals and couples with a similar mindset: What are the things currently troubling you or your relationship? Do we feel safe discussing those things? What are the things we really want in these moments of strife? How do I ask for those things in a way that brings me what I need? What is the life I really hope for?

It is in this way that I see myself as a bridge; a connection from a troubled state to one of reclamation, and eventually safety. I do this in a variety of ways, mostly attuning to the emotional and energy of the current moment. I have found attunement to begin primarily with body with the simple questions of what am I feeling, and where am I feeing it?

I go into further details on how I work among the other pages of the website. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Therapy and Counseling in San Francisco, CA

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In association with Yerba Buena Group, a wellness organization.

Yerba Buena Group was started a decade ago with the idea that our imaginations are far more powerful than anything else in the world. Everything that was ever created started off as some sort of dream. Whether it was a day dream, night dream, active imagination, or simply a collaborative conversation, it started with the question, "What if...?"

The purpose of Yerba Buena Group is to unite individuals, couples, people, and companies with the dreams they have. Together we find a safe place to explore the things that trouble us the most in order to build a bridge to a more creative and healthier space.