Hi, my name is Bridget. I am currently working towards a Master’s degree in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling at City University of Seattle. I work with individuals, couples, and families and believe that connection lies at the heart of a meaningful human experience. Loss of connection to self, others, nature, or spirituality is often what leads people to therapy. Through the therapeutic relationship we develop, I strive to create a nurturing space where we explore with compassion and curiosity your relationship with your internal world as well as your relationships with others, enabling a healing process and a more fulfilling life experience.

Our relationship and your therapeutic goals will form the foundation of our work and inform the interventions we draw on. I practice from a systems perspective and often utilize an Internal Family Systems framework, narrative therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, along with other approaches as appropriate. I believe we are all multicultural beings who are the only experts in our own human experience. I see my role as a facilitator who helps you turn towards your experiences to build a deeper relationship with your internal world as we work towards your therapeutic goals. 

M.A. in Counseling, City University of Seattle


I am not what happened to me; I am what I choose to become.
-C.G. Jung