Lauren believes that transformative therapy begins with a collaborative and trusting therapeutic partnership, one that highlights the unique knowledge, strengths, and skill sets of each client entering the room.
Through trauma-informed practice, Lauren aims to facilitate a safe, anti-oppressive, affirming therapeutic space, recognizing the ways in which institutions, systems, and intersectional identities impact individual experiences and overall wellbeing. Her integrated approach to psychotherapy is based upon person-centered, existential, and attachment-based perspectives. She is passionate about exploring the ways in which attachment and trauma impact how an individual's identity is formed. She specializes in many modalities, such as: cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, somatic and psychodynamic therapy.