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Therapy for those who


Treating Trauma, Anxiety and Grief 
in Houston, TX


You worked hard to get here and it's not what you expected


It's full of doubt and imposter syndrome


Apathy and feeling checked out 


Grief of missed opportunities 


Unfulfilling relationships 


 Never ending health problems


And you wonder, "Can I have it all?"

It doesn't have to be this overwhelming


let's get you relief

Our Team

We are passionate therapists dedicated to helping those who feel an overall sense of imbalance in their life, ranging from emotions, to relationships, food, finances and work. We aim to heal emotional  wounds that often lead to anxiety, depression, dissociation, grief, difficulties in relationships and chronic illness in order to offer you satisfaction, fulfillment and confidence. Click the images for more info.

We will meet you there



Common Questions

Yes, we offer both in-person and virtual therapy appointments. There is no additional charge for in-person therapy.

We do not accept insurance but we are happy to provide you a superbill; however, I cannot guarantee reimbursement. You can submit superbills through Reimbursify for ease of reimbursement. You can find the price for sessions here. 

Do you offer in-person sessions?

Do you take insurance?

How long & often are sessions? 

Therapy sessions are 50 minutes in length. You and your therapist will decide on the frequency of appointments, but most clients meet every other week. It takes about 6-10 weeks to notice progress, as you are unlearning and relearning information and building new neural pathways.

Yes, we offer a free initial 15-minute consultation call to see if we are a good fit. We will briefly discuss your targeted interests and how I can assist in achieving your goals. From there, if we are a good fit, we can look at scheduling an appointment.

Do you do initial interview calls?

Life is hard enough, 
Let's make this part easy for you


"You can't change what happened, you can't change what you did or what was done to you. But you can choose how you live now. My precious, you can choose to be free.”

Edith Egar

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