I chose the name cultivate for my practice because the word suggests the act of preparing for and fostering growth; improving oneself through care and study; building necessary skills; as well as seeking out meaningful relationships and a sense of community. Cultivate means being intentional in the way one nurtures desired qualities in themselves such as awareness, compassion, and equanimity. It suggests a connection to nature and the normative growth process, the ongoing work necessary to nurture and sustain what has been created. This is my approach to and philosophy concerning therapy and personal development.
In addition, I love helping people through life transitions, career changes, and moving past barriers to artistic and personal success. I can help you to feel more confident in your current life circumstance and employment and help you to better advocate for yourself.