Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Psychotherapy and Consultation
Healing from Trauma
Meditation • Yoga • Pranayama
“Dharma” is a Sanskrit word that means teaching, truth, that which supports, sustains, and upholds. Likened to the ground one stands on, to align with Dharma brings about unity and harmony. It is an underlying truth of all spiritual traditions.
The highest dharma is to recognize and live in accordance with the deepest truth in one’s own heart, a divine or creative principal at work in an individual. To follow your dharma is to take the path that leads from suffering to a way of being that brings greater mind-body harmony, life purpose, and interconnectedness with our shared humanity and earth.
I advocate for social and racial justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion, and am committed to culturally responsive mental health care for all. I welcome all ages, all races, all religions, all genders, all countries of origin, all languages, all sexual orientations, all sizes, all abilities, all people.