Kirsten is passionate about helping women in recovery build healthier relationships, set clear boundaries, improve self-esteem, find freedom from anxiety and depression, and come home to their bodies. She believes in the healing power of embodiment to recover from traumatic life experiences. In both her clinical work and personal life, she aligns with the Eastern philosophy that our bodies are our greatest sources of wisdom.
Kirsten is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addiction Counselor, holding certificates in both the Hakomi Method and EMDR. She received a graduate degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology from Naropa University. In her work with clients, Kirsten brings a unique approach, combining academic and evidence-based principles with creativity, play, and movement.