I gravitated toward yoga, meditation, and therapy after feeling the effects of a decade grinding in the New York City advertising world.

As a former Creative Producer and Marketing Manager for global powerhouses like Coca-Cola, Unilever, and P&G, I realized I needed to find a way to increase focus, decrease stress, and achieve more balance. Through my personal work, I discovered years of blocks and false beliefs that were holding me back in all areas of my life

The journey I started to help myself ended up a path to helping others.

I was so changed and inspired that I decided to shift my focus in life through becoming a therapist and deepening my study of yoga and meditation, in order to help others bridge fulfillment in work with leading meaningful and fulfilling lives and relationships.

Completing my Masters in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute uncovered a passion for our unconscious world of myth, image, and metaphor. I believe our unconscious has a lot to tell us if we only know how to understand the language in which it speaks.

This passion, combined with my unique background in corporate strategy and a deep understanding and practice of mindfulness, assists me in helping to both illuminate a healthier more integrated approach to living and loving and uncovering a person’s inner well of resiliency.

Currently, I live in Los Angeles and work as a Psychotherapist and as both a Mindfulness and Codependency Coach. I teach meditation and yoga, lead retreats and workshops, teach a series of classes on  How Codependency Affects Our Relationships , and am the co-host of the Cheaper Than Therapy Podcast. I also work as a consultant with entrepreneurs, brands, and companies who are looking to launch into the world of wellness, integrate wellness into their existing culture or want to approach growth or specific projects in a more mindful way.