I consider myself a soma-cultural therapist.  I am interested in the body and its relation to culture which helps shape, challenge, and ultimately influence our experiences. I hold values in justice, equity, diversity, and inclusivity.  These values guide my work and inform how I understand the complex issues people experience in their lives.  

Sex therapy is a form of therapy which focuses on sexuality, including behaviors, physiological, and psychological issues that an individual or couple/open/poly relationships may encounter.  Working through the lens of sexuality allows for an exploration of various themes including intimacy, problematic sexual behaviors (including overconsumption of dating/hook up applications and pornography), and physiological issues such as erectile dysfunction, delayed ejaculation, and painful intercourse.

I offer clinical supervision for Associate Marriage and Family Therapists (AMFT), Associate Clinical Social Workers (ASW), and Associate Professional Clinical Counselors (APCC). 

In additional to my work in the mental health field, I am also a college professor and published author.  I currently teach in the American Indian/Ethnic Studies program at San Francisco State University and teach courses on Native American feminism and Queer Indigenous studies.  I am also a Phd Candidate in Human Sexuality where my work focuses on how Two-Spirit people conceptualize love. Additionally, I currently have two additional book chapters awaiting publishing in 2021.  

I offer a free 15 minute consultation to hep you determine if working with me will get you closer to your goals.  I look forward to chatting with you soon.

Is your clinic or organization looking to offer additional trainings to your trainees, associates, community or employees?  I offer workshops and trainings on topics ranging from Diversity and Equity, Decolonization and Unsettling, Human Sexuality, Technology and Intimacy, Two-Spirit and LGBTQ+ Native American sexuality, and Pleasure as a tool of healing.