Service Offerings

My services are available in office, online, in barn, and on trail.

Individual Psychotherapy

75 min new client consultation / $300

50 min session / $200

I offer adults of all stages support to explore and heal issues of low self-esteem, self-criticism, trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, and life transitions. We will bring awareness to patterns and beliefs that are preventing you from reaching your goals and feeling meaningfully connected to yourself and others.

Relational Psychotherapy

2 hour new client consultation / $500

90 min session / $375

I guide relational systems to get unstuck from unhelpful communication patterns, develop healthy boundaries, and find greater fulfillment by implementing principles of developmental neuroscience, attachment theory, and arousal regulation. In session, we explore the ways each person supports and co-regulates within the relationship, and use that information to practice making small shifts to create a stronger, closer connection.

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

75 min new client consultation / $300

50 min session / $200

I am an Eagala Certified Equine Therapist trained to implement a distinctive experiential framework designed to provide you with the space to discover, learn, and grow from the horse-human relationship. Through this framework, you will learn about yourself and others by participating in hands-on activities involving horses, while discussing thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and patterns. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is ground-based work and does not involve mounting or riding horses. 

Why Horses?

Horses are the perfect partner.

To evade predators, horses have evolved to be extremely sensitive to their environment. They instinctively analyze and react to our body language and other nonverbal cues, providing us with valuable feedback and insights for other areas of our lives. It’s hard to ignore a horse’s size and presence. We can’t just control a powerful horse. Approaching horses helps us reflect on how we approach our human relationships, and how we can face other big or overwhelming parts of our lives.

Horses are social animals with defined roles within a herd. They have distinct personalities, attitudes, and moods. They can be stubborn or they can be playful. In other words, horses are a lot like us.

Because horses are highly sensitive, clients can work through their life struggles by interacting with the horses without feeling judgment or interpretation by another person.