Afraid of Conflict?
I’ve Been There.
Throughout my childhood and into my early adulthood, I did everything I could to avoid conflict. If I disagreed with someone, then I didn’t confront them for fear of an argument. Avoiding conflict was only a temporary solution, because when I chose not to speak up, I felt overwhelmed with anxiety.
I take race, class, gender, and sexual identity into account
when examining power dynamics in relationships.
I Challenge My Clients to Overcome Their Fears.
I have a straightforward and no-nonsense way of challenging my clients to look at how they have played a part in their own conflict.
I’ve Been a Therapist Since 2008
I use feminist therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and psychodynamic therapy to help my clients heal.