Because caregivers are essential to the development of young children, my work focuses on supporting caregivers. Even when working with a child one-on-one, such as during Experiential Play Therapy, parents play an important role in the process, by participating in the beginning of a session, end of a session, or at a separate time. In addition to understanding your child’s experience, I want to be able to understand and support your experience as a parent. While parenting can bring joy and delight it can also bring demands, challenges, frustrations, and uncertainty. My goal is to join with you in navigating these difficulties, as well as celebrating the successes. I offer parents a variety of approaches, tools, and language that will support your child’s needs in the home and community.