I enjoy teaching mothers to know their worth. We tend to be our own harshest critics and, at times, underestimate our value. Out of love for our child, unrealistic expectations, or comparison to other moms, we also often strive for “perfect” when perhaps “good enough” could be a better standard. In our work together, you will learn how to be kinder and more compassionate with yourself while facing the unique challenges of motherhood. I believe therapy can be an opportunity to get to know yourself better. I will help you see yourself through lenses of kindness and empowerment. I’m collaborative and see myself as an active part of your journey in being well. Humor is a part of who I am, both personally and therapeutically, and I like to bring that to our sessions.