There are many kinds of therapists, and many different types of therapies.

My philosophy is to create a therapeutic relationship that focuses on your dreams, goals and unique potential as a human being; while using your strengths and abilities to find balance and growth in everyday life. I invite you to learn more about my specialties, approach and qualifications. I pride myself on keeping up on the latest therapy techniques and use a wide variety of therapeutic methods to fit the needs of my clients.

 Please join me as we work together to find your unique potential in life, career and relationship matters. I look forward to meeting with you and supporting you while you redesign your life!

It may be when we no longer know what to do,
we have come to our real work,
and that when we no longer know which way to go,
we have begun our real journey.

Wendell Berry

About Mindful Life Therapy



Mindful Life Therapy was established in 2012 as part of an integrative therapeutic process and a way to introduce mindfulness to everyday present life experiences. Mindfulness practices reduce stress and anxiety, increases focus and attention, and provides the necessary skills for enhanced decision-making and problem-solving abilities.

Mindful Life Therapy specializes in offering a variety of therapeutic modalities to support your treatment goals based on the practice of present moment awareness and acceptance strategies.  Mindful Life Therapy offers help to those who struggle with emotional imbalances and other health issues, including anxiety, panic, trauma, mood, and somatic-related symptoms. 

If you are suffering from personal or relational conflicts, prolonged grief, or perhaps feeling a sense of loss, helplessness or overall distress, Mindful Life Therapy offers professional support and guidance towards greater self-awareness creating a sense of inner strength and resiliency.  Based on the psychology of behavioral change, cognitive balance can be restored, personal growth expanded, and the connection of mind-body-spiritual awareness heightened. 

The real voyage of discovery consists,
not in seeking new landscapes,
but in having new eyes.

Marcel Proust, La Prisonnièr