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Fog and Nature


Pronouns: she/her/hers

I’m a licensed clinical psychologist and ecopsychologist with a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Duquesne University. I bring over a decade of experience to my therapy practice, where I provide individual and group therapy to people facing a wide range of struggles. I have special expertise in working with self-image and self-esteem issues, trauma, and grief, including both personal and ecological losses. 

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As a holistic practitioner, I don't limit my focus to treating symptoms or replacing behaviors. I work with mind, body, spirit, heart, and gut, offering a space where you can step into a transformed relationship with yourself. I go underneath strategies and tools to help you find contentment by developing inner resources, listening to your body and nervous system, letting go of what no longer serves you, and bringing new authenticity and clarity to your most important relationships. As an ecopsychologist, I’m also available to support clients who want a deeper connection to the life of the planet and the rhythms and knowings of animal being.

I’ve offered workshops and trainings at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, the Esalen Institute of Big Sur, the Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit, and the MOSAIC Conference on Intersectionality. My work is supported by my personal commitments to laughter, wildness, and continually unlearning what I thought I knew. When I’m not in the office, my favorite ways of tending to my spirit include meditation, volunteering at wildlife rehabilitation centers, camping, creative writing, and rereading the pivotal books of my childhood.

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