Individual Therapy for Singles 

Okay. Let's be real here. The dating scene can be rrroouuggghhh. There's about a million apps out there popping up quicker than we can make a profile for one and they're all promising to deliver the perfect partner for you. Easy peasy right? Uh yeah no. Not to mention you're likely getting pressure from all angles telling you that you should be married with two kids and a house in the burbs. Even easier amiright? Yeah double no.

Listen, I get it. Whether singlehood is a joyful choice or a frustrating outcome, I want to help you feel comfortable and confident with whatever you desire out of your love life, because at the end of the day, no matter what your "relationship status" I want you feeling like a fucking rockstar.

Common Pain Points

  • Sexuality
  • Insecurity
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Unhealthy Dating Patterns
  • Toxic Relationships
  • Feelings of Loneliness
  • Social Pressure
  • Recent Divorce
  • Jealousy
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Shame

Whether we're working towards a more true sense of self or creating a healthier dating life, our work together will be focused around you and your needs. This is YOUR life after all, don't you think it's time to live it your way? You're not alone in this.

We cultivate love when we allow our most vulnerable and powerful selves to be deeply seen and known.
— Brené Brown

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why do I keep dating the same kind of toxic people?

I hear this one all the time. We often fall into unhealthy dating patterns and expectations and without even realizing it, we've sought out the same kind of partner or created the same kind of relationship. It doesn't have to be this way. With a little exploration and reflection, you'll be seeking and attracting the relationships you truly desire.

  • Can you help me get a date?

Well that depends. Is that what you want? Are you looking for a relationship with long-term potential, a dinner and drinks or just a 'hookup'? Let's start with those questions first. Knowing what you're looking for is a great starting place to establishing confidence and competency in your life and the relationships within it. 

  • I can't keep a partner. What's wrong with me?

As much as this question pains me because (and I can't stress this enough) there is NOTHING wrong with you; the underlying meaning to this question tells me that you're willing to reflect, willing to work, and willing to welcome personal growth, and that's pretty damn attractive. We'll work through it together.

  • Do I have to be searching for a partner to come to you?

Nope! Sometimes we just want clarity on what we desire out of our life and relationships (including friendships and family), there's no shame in seeking that. Own what YOU want.