Welcome! Please note my practice is fully telehealth. I do not offer in person sessions.

I’m so glad you’re here. Let’s start moving forward.

You deserve to feel better. We all experience trying or difficult situations at times throughout our lives. These experiences can test our ability to function in a healthy way, and keep us feeling stuck. Depression, fear and anxiety, avoidance, anger, and feeling unsafe, are common responses to tough situations. Still they can uproot our world, and leave us feeling overwhelmed. As a trauma- focused therapist, my goal is to help you find relief, heal traumatic stress, and regain emotional wellness. It’s possible to feel better. Through a compassionate and collaborative approach, I utilize targeted and effective treatment modalities to help you heal. We will navigate it together.

My specialities include resolving single incident trauma, childhood trauma and attachment, relationships, anxiety, sports-related distress, and increasing performance. Learn more about my specialties here.

What you can expect from me, as a therapist:

You can expect me to be your co-pilot in therapy. You can expect me to listen to you, and hear you. You can expect me to provide a safe place for you to show up, however you are in any given moment, without judgement. You can expect me to challenge you at times, if and when you feel safe enough for me to do so. You can expect me respect you and your process, because this is your life and your story, and it is my privilege to hold it with you. Learn more about what to expect when getting started here.

Contact me to schedule a free consultation, ask me any questions you might have, or hear more about what I do and how I can help.

For Athletes:

For athletes, trauma can come from a number of experiences, including previous injuries, losses, challenging coaches, witness to injury in others, close calls in the backcountry, etc. Sometimes, we are able to process these experiences and cope with little difficulty. Other times, these experiences can affect us deeply in ways we do not expect. Often, it’s hard to talk about and even harder to ask for help.

We find ourselves stuck and unsure how to move forward.

Maybe you:

  • survived an accident
  • suffered an injury
  • experienced a loss
  • witnessed a traumatic event, injury, or death
  • are struggling with a lost sense of self
  • or are experiencing blockages in your performance


As a climber and overall adventure-sports enthusiast, I am inspired by the the mountains and all they have to offer.

I began Alpine Psychotherapy as a way to integrate my personal passions with my clinical expertise, so that I can help others in my community heal, from regaining emotional wellness to rediscovering their passions and increasing performance.