Adoption is complex, and you deserve to work with a professional who understands the nuances of adoption. I have a literal lifetime of experience with adoption as an international and transracial adoptee from India, adoptive parent to a son from Ethiopia, and professional who has worked in the adoption community since 2002.
I work with adult adoptees, parents / caregivers, and other members of the adoption constellation from international, domestic, and foster care adoptions who are struggling with areas such as trauma; grief; loss; racial, ethnic, or cultural identity; attachment; parenting; life transitions, and relationships. I typically approach therapy through the lens of the 7 Core Struggles in Adoption (loss/abandonment, rejection, grief, guilt/shame, identity, intimacy, control), offering individual therapy tailored to fit your needs, including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Brainspotting (BSP), both specialized forms of trauma therapy that can address the struggles experienced early in life.
I am licensed to provide telehealth/virtual counseling to adoptees who reside in the states that are part of the PSYPACT interstate compact and offer in-person services to adoptees who reside in the Denver Metro area. Counseling sessions are scheduled for 50 minutes ($175) or 25 minutes ($95). Initial consultations are complimentary.
If you are over the age of 18 and reside in an eligible state, visit the Contact Me page to add your name to the waiting list to begin counseling. The current wait to schedule your complimentary initial consultation is approximately 1-2 months, and if you'd like to begin exploring adoption-related topics sooner, consider ordering my journal as a starter resource for self-reflection.