Online Therapy


Most of my clients have amazing breakthroughs. They feel happy, free, resilient, courageous. They feel relieved that their past does not define them anymore.

People say I’m really good at what I do. I’m a mature therapist with a decade of experience. I’m warm and caring and at the same time, cut to the heart of things.

I offer therapy sessions online (a.k.a. “teletherapy”) and email or message-based therapeutic conversation for people in California, Colorado, Minnesota and outside the USA*.
* In order for me to provide therapy outside the US, the laws of the country where you reside must permit me to provide online therapy.


Let’s talk about what’s going on with you, what you’d like to accomplish in therapy and see if we’re a good fit. To set up a video call, use the button below or e-mail me at


    • Secure, encrypted, confidential
    • HIPAA and GDPR-compliant


You’re you. I will customize your therapy around your preferences and the approach that suits you best. I might use Trauma Reprocessing / Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR); Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction techniques; Inner Child work; guided visualizations; a variety of relationship therapy approaches such as the Psychobiological Approach to Therapy (PACT), Gottman, adult and childhood attachment theories; strengths-based; solution focused methods; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Internal Family Systems; or a somatic approach. Your therapy will be designed uniquely for you.


The length of time we spend in therapy / counseling is up to you. Most people begin to feel better in 4 to 10 weeks. If you are new to therapy / counseling, I like to define a chunk of work we want to complete, plan 12 sessions to get it done, re-evaluate as we go, and at the 10-week mark, start to wrap up or decide if there is more work you would like to do with me. For some issues it will take longer.

About Me


My specialties are helping people deal with stress and anxiety and heal from painful or bad experiences, like growing up in a family that didn’t see and value them, bad break-ups, rape, physical, sexual and psychological abuse, bullying, insults and discrimination.

My methods include Trauma Reprocessing / Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR); Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction techniques; Inner Child work; a variety of relationship therapies including Psychobiological Approach to Therapy (PACT), Gottman, adult and childhood attachment theories; strengths-based, solution focused therapy; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Internal Family Systems; and a somatic approach. You can read more about healing trauma in Issues

I’ve worked with people in all kinds of professions, with every level of education and love the variety. I’m especially sensitive to intercultural differences and family culture. I’ve lived in England, Mexico, Italy and Poland, 5 states in the US and speak 3 other languages.


    • California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) 47582
    • Colorado Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) 5742
    • Minnesota Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) 2624
    • Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP), Institute of Transpersonal Psychology (ITP)
    • Master’s Certificates: Creative Expression, Spiritual Guidance, ITP
    • Bachelor of Arts, St. John’s College (Great Books Program)


Over the years I have worked as a therapist and counselor in private practice, with a major online therapy company, in crisis centers, at residential facilities and a day treatment program. I was a case worker in human services and worked with Spanish speaking families involved with the court.


I enjoy time with family and friends, good food, reading, meditating, Sudoku. I used to weave, knit and sew. I’ve hiked the John Muir Trail, the Colorado Trail, 28 14,000 footers and done long bike trips.


If I sound like a therapist you would like to work with, schedule a time to talk with me about what is going on with you, what you hope to accomplish in therapy and see if we’re a good fit. Use the button below or e-mail me at


Therapy Outcomes


I have a very good success rate, especially with stress, anxiety and trauma, and the relationship problems as well as with occasional depression that comes with trauma.
Over the years, I have developed skills and methods that really work. I have helped hundreds of people one to one. My high success rate, in part, is due to the fact that I work well with people who have stress, anxiety and trauma.  The success is also due to the fact that people with stress, anxiety, and trauma tend to have a number of personal strengths. You may not be aware of your strengths yet.  That’s ok. I just want you to know that these issues tend to be more amenable to change.



50 minute online therapy / counseling session via video
$150 US *
25 minute online therapy / counseling session via video
$80 US *
Email or Text Messaging Plan
$150 US * per week
Similar to the well-known, but typically more expensive platforms, an email or text message-based plan provides 50 minutes a week of secure, encrypted, written therapeutic conversation. You send me a message or several messages and I send you a message back once a day. It’s a wonderful way to maintain an ongoing therapeutic conversation and build professional support into your life.
*Special rates are possible for clients with low incomes, nomads, international clients, expats. I believe in social justice and provide a sliding scale. Please e-mail me at for more information.


Use the button below or e-mail me at to set up an appointment or purchase Email or Text Messaging Plan.



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