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"Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different; enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes (which it will); being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won't)."
-Sharon Salzberg


Mindfulness has been theoretically and empirically associated with improved health and well-being, and scientifically proven to reduce stress, and improve such things as focus and awareness.

My clinical and research focus has been in the area of mindfulness, spirituality, and other mind-body pathways to wellness. I truly believe and have been witness to its powerful impact on well-being, especially in conjunction with other traditional psychotherapy approaches. I have been trained in a variety of evidenced-based mindfulness and meditation practices and have integrated this work into my clinical practice, in many different capacities. If you are interested, I’m happy to incorporate this directly into my work with you.

Mindfulness Groups:

I currently hold a mindfulness group where members learn and practice various meditations together where calmness, connection, and compassion can grow. This community of learning provides support and encouragement for one’s practice, as well as practical techniques to stay grounded, cope with difficult emotions, and nurture personal growth. This group is currently being held via Zoom.

Mindfulness Workshops for Organizations:

I offer mindfulness workshops geared to specific groups, occupations, and businesses. I will customize the workshop to meet your organization’s needs. For further inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach out!


Ready when you are! Feel free to call or email. You’re welcome any time.


Phone: 929-256-4791

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