RELATIONAL TRAUMA SPECIALIST. Hi there! Do you struggle with relating? Do you feel like you are not understood as a child? Did you grow up in an environment where religion, culture, family did not allow you to be who you are? Do you find difficulty connecting to others as an adult? When we see the harm and violence being done in our past, we want to stop the cycle. It takes incredible courage to challenge our traumas and become the person that relate healthily. I am here to support you on that journey. Together we will grief what is lost, and rebuild who you are.A FEW WORDS ON NARCISSISTIC ABUSE. When our wings are clipped, it is not that we lack the ability to fly, it is just that we will have to heal and regrow our feathers. Experiencing narcissistic abuse from a family member, a friend, or a romantic partner may be one of the most disturbing experiences we go through. However, nobody can take away our innate ability to survive, to heal, to strive and to take back what we all deserve, a healthy, confident and authentic self.Healing from narcissistic trauma requires us to leave behind the trap of confusion into the reality of an authentic and an able self. This journey not only takes knowledge and understanding, but also a commitment to working through any possible internal parts that may keep us stuck.Being in an abusive close relationship is not our fault. Our courage to confront our fears, our motivation to change, and our determination to walk away from future abuse are our greatest strength on our healing paths. If you are interested in having me being part of your journey, let’s talk about that.MY PRACTICE AND HOW I WORK. Whether you are single or in a relationship, you may find relating difficult. I work with loneliness, social anxiety, trauma, and depression. In therapy, I focus on building emotional resiliency, relational skills, self-acceptance and compassion. I draw from the works of Peter Levine, Stan Tatkin and others with a foundation of contemplative and somatic approaches.LET’S CONNECT! My own journey to relational satisfaction has been full of struggle, hard work, as well as rewards. I would like to share with you my expertise, my understanding, and my kindness. I want you to feel at ease, validated, and supported in our therapeutic relationship on the path of exploring what is/isn’t helpful in the realm of relational health.