I’m passionate about helping women find freedom from perfectionism, anxiety, OCD, body image issues, and disordered eating. I ultimately became a counselor because I’ve been where you are now. Although our stories likely look different, I know what it's like to feel like you’re at a breaking point because you can no longer live up to your own expectations or the expectations of others. I know firsthand that therapy works, and am confident that counseling can give you the space you need to make sustainable, long-term change. 

Counselor, business owner, bookworm, plant mom, Swiftie, recovering perfectionist, & fellow human. 

Hi, I'm Meredith.

There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to mental health.

You deserve a personalized approach to counseling. In my work, I prioritize a strengths-based and person-centered approach. This means that I view my clients as experts on their experiences and believe that everyone has inherent strengths and resources that can be harnessed to promote growth and healing.

My values: freedom. growth. curiosity.

Personalized. Collaborative. Trauma-informed.

I aim to create a collaborative relationship with my clients where we work together to identify goals and strategies that are meaningful and relevant to you. You can always expect therapy to be a judgment-free space and to be met with compassion and empathy. 

I also work from a trauma-informed approach because I believe that all counseling is, in some way, trauma work, as our life journeys often involve painful experiences that deeply impact us. My commitment to trauma work extends beyond providing a compassionate space. I will integrate some trauma-specific interventions to help you process, heal, and build resilience in the face of trauma's impact. Throughout our sessions, I am mindful of potential triggers and the potential for retraumatization, ensuring that your well-being and emotional safety remain at the forefront of our work together.

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My modalities

01 / cognitive behavioral therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) involves exploring how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all interrelated and how when we make changes to how we think and how we behave, we can improve our overall mood and well-being. Using CBT, we’ll focus on how your thoughts and core beliefs may be negatively impacting you and challenge them using more adaptive, compassionate language. 

CBT has been thoroughly researched and is considered to be one of the most effective types of therapy for treating a variety of mental health issues, including perfectionism, eating disorders, OCD, and more.

02 / dialectical behavior therapy

DBT also focuses on changing maladaptive thinking patterns, behaviors, and beliefs as a way of reducing distress and associated mental health issues. DBT focuses on four key areas: mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness. By focusing on building skills in these areas, you will learn how to manage, change, and accept uncomfortable emotions. 

03 / acceptance and commitment therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is all about empowering you to live a life that aligns with your values and goals. Through ACT, you'll learn how to take meaningful action towards what truly matters to you. Instead of getting caught up in negative thoughts or emotions, ACT teaches you how to embrace them without judgment. At the core of ACT are three powerful concepts: mindfulness, values work, and committing to positive action. Because ACT is a transdiagnostic therapy, it's effective for a wide range of mental health concerns.

04 / exposure and response prevention

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy involves gradually exposing yourself to feared situations, thoughts, or objects, while preventing the use of compulsive behaviors that typically provide temporary relief. This practice helps clients learn to tolerate anxiety and ultimately overcome their fears. This is a highly effective treatment for anxiety disorders, especially Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).