Clinical Psychology

Peace of Mind. Power in Performance.

Are you being challenged by emotional and psychological concerns? Are these challenges preventing you from leading the life you’d like to be living? Are you finding that your usual support systems and/or ways of coping are becoming less and less effective? Here at Lūsus, we want you to understand that you are not alone. Choosing to go to therapy is a brave decision that enables you to prioritize your own well-being. It would be an honor to be allowed to join you on your journey.

I seek to build and continually nurture a connection with my clients, and identify your sources of strength and challenge, as well as potential areas of growth. I also encourage us to “come up for air” during therapy sessions through pacing, humor, and celebration of successes. And above all, your feeling of safety and control are paramount in session.

In therapy, our goal will never be to change your values. Rather, we would collaborate in identifying your values and recognize how these values are being expressed. If we find that perhaps a value is being expressed in a way that does not feel aligned with your current and/or overall goals, we can explore ways in which to express that value in a way that feels authentic and fulfilling to you.

In addition to sport and performance psychology, my clinical interests include sleep, eating/body image concerns, romantic and sexual relationships, social anxiety, emerging adulthood, and anxiety and mood disorders.

I am a licensed clinical and sport psychologist and have been working in both the mental health & performance enhancement fields since 2016. I am a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, which I earned in settings ranging from youth sports to Division I athletics, and team sports to individual sports.

For individual sessions, the fee is $150-200 for a 50-minute session. While I do not accept insurance, I am able to provide a Superbill that you may take to your insurance to file for reimbursement.

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