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How can therapy help?

Therapy is the space to explore the sides of you that feel uncomfortable to sit with. We all develop different methods of avoiding. While many of us have had challenging things happen to us outside our control, it is our responsibility to face and heal from them. We are not our past, but sometimes we need help creating a new story. 

Are you tired of trying to convince yourself that things aren't really bothering you? 

 If you are the type of person that can't help but ruminate on that last interaction, that last text, or wondering if that person is mad at you, maybe it's time to let someone else in. Not only will I sit with you during moments of discomfort and pain, but more importantly I will challenge you when you are hiding from yourself.


Initial consultation

Book a complimentary 20 minute consultation with me. We will talk about goals, what you expect from therapy, and see if we are a good fit for each other. 

If you decide to move forward, you will reach out to me and book your next appointment. You will receive intake paperwork to be completed 24 hours before your appointment. 

 You did it! you've begun the work. Your timeslot is yours. We will meet weekly. consistency ensures your commitment to healing as well as yields the most success for progress

Hi, I'm Misty,
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I used to be constantly stressed, anxious and overly critical of myself. I couldn't shake a constant feeling of loneliness I had despite being surrounded by friends. I used to be overly concerned with hurting other's feelings which left me pushing myself to be overly accommodating and avoiding conflict. As you can guess, I would become internally frustrated and resentful in my relationships. 

Does any of this sound familiar? 

I also have the added layer of being mixed race, I became accustomed to "not fitting in" or being unable to find people that could directly relate to me. Something just never felt quite right.    


here's the thing that took me a long time to understand, being a person of two worlds can feel lonely. It is a unique experience but you are not alone. 

If any of this sounds like you, let's talk


Racial/cultural identity
Adult children of immigrants
Low self-esteem
Sexual minorities
Couples Therapy
"A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there."

- Gina Milicia

Currently not accepting clients. Please inquire about my waitlist

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