Counseling in Sacramento, CA
We provide counseling services to individuals, couples, and young adults in and around Sacramento, California. You may love working with us if you’re looking for honest and unfiltered therapy, served with a side of powerful positivity!
Learn more about our dedicated team below.
Meet the clinicans of Soul Legacy Therapy
As the founder of Soul Legacy Therapy, I’m devoted to my resilient clients. I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Professional Speaker, and a mother.
I’m actively involved in the public safety community providing education and support to individuals, couples, families and departments. I know firsthand the kind of emotional and physical challenges the public safety community faces. As a first responder family, I have witnessed how shift work, raising children, unresolved trauma and addictions can rip though the core of what you imagined your best life to be. At Soul Legacy we work to lessen the stigma surrounding "helpers seeking help." I don't want another individual or family to feel as if they are ever alone.
I bring a direct, warm and humorous approach to my work, and find it such a privilege to be a part of my clients’ lives improving. Additionally, I offer Brainspotting along with other various therapeutic techniques to get you back to the best version of you. Brainspotting (BSP) is a type of therapy designed to help people access, process, and overcome trauma, negative emotions, and pain, including psychologically induced physical pain. BSP taps into and harnesses the body’s natural self-scanning, self-healing ability and it can be used to find and strengthen your natural resources and resilience.
I have special interest in working with:
Counseling and educating couples on rebuilding relationships, intimacy, and sexual connection
Supporting individuals and families who are part of the First Responder/Public Safety community (I.e. Firefighters, Police Personnel, Military, Paramedics, EMS, Doctors, Nurses, etc)
Speaking and training on these areas of specialty; locally, nationally, on TV, and online
I’m also a faculty member at a local university, teaching in the Master's of Science in Counseling program, and in the past have served as President for the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Sacramento.
Sadly - people that have been given the gift to help others selflessly are also often times neglecting themselves and their relationships. "Rage to Rivers" is often how my clients describe what they are experiencing. The "rage" is a short fuse or unhealthy coping skill - think anger, tone of voice, mood and addictions. With the "rivers" being the sadness, shame and guilt that follows because you feel hopeless to resolve what is going on inside of you. There is hope and help - you just have to walk through the door.