Therapeutic Style

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I meet with individuals, couples, or groups and specialize in working with:

  • creative types

  • couples longing to connect

  • those experiencing grief and loss

  • untraditional relationship structures

Like most therapists, I combine ideas and interventions that inspire me the most in to a unique style of working with clients. This is a list of the therapeutic theories and techniques I draw from most often. -Person Centered Therapy - Jungian Analysis - Solution Focused Brief Therapy - Systems Theory - Gottman Couples Therapy - Spiritual Counseling - Experiential Therapy. 


Creativity and playfulness are gateways to the unconscious where help, truth, (and sometimes a bit of trouble) lie in wait for us. When we open to a creative process we open to the unconscious.
By laying pen to paper or by strumming tune to rhythm we are invoking a grater force. Every artist will tell you that in moments of pure "flow" there is a sort of meditative magic that unfolds. This is a generative or creative force of life acting though the artist. When we tap in to our creativity, we tap in to the same force that also created the universe and pushes us towards our highest good. 


Transformations can be small or large, public or private. They can last years, minutes, or days. Their wake can be brutal or barely noticed. Regardless, evolution being what it is, they are a fact of life. You will change, the question is how.

Through out human history, life transitions have been honored in community ceremonies or personal rituals. In a world that lacks sacrament and ceremony, making time for therapy and creative reflection ensures that we come out on the other side of these passageways healthy and whole.

Examples of life transitions include:

  • Grief and Loss

  • Break-ups, separation, and divorce

  • Pregnancy and new parenthood

  • Engagement or newlywed period

  • Career change

  • Puberty or Coming of Age

  • "Coming out" (as LGBTQA and/or non-traditional relationship)

Honoring and recognizing life transition, whether personally or publicly, is psychologically imperative for mental health. 

"Make space in your life for the inevitable arrival of what you want"
- LaPorte

Make Space

The Passageway office is conveniently located in North East Austin near the intersection of I-35 and 290. The nearest cross street is Cameron Road and East Highway 290. It is decked out with a tea bar, art supplies, and plenty of playful energy to inspire you. 

Make Time

My practice is arts based and therapy is generally brief (a few months of weekly treatment) and focused on the stages of transition.  Sessions last approximately 50 minutes and cost $100 for individuals and $120 for couples. I do not accept insurance, but I may be able to create a super bill to aid you in reimbursement. 

Find out more about my Counseling Policies.

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Make Magic.

Just by reading this you have already taken the first step. 

It is not easy to reach out, but doing so can begin to shift things. The most healing aspect of the therapeutic process is that you don't have to do it alone.

As your therapist, I will warmly invite you to sit down with your own inner genius. You have all you need to grow and heal, let me help you find it.

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in the state of Texas (#202925) and participate in weekly supervision sessions; where I get guidance on how to be the best therapist for each client in my practice. That means that you get two therapists for the price of one. My amazing supervisor is, Billy Lee Myers Jr., who specializes in spiritual counseling and has been in practice in Austin for over a decade.

 Schedule a session at my office in East Austin, and let's start dreaming about what your life might be like on the other side of this passageway.