Clients working with Haley can expect an authentic, experiential, open, and collaborative experience to the therapeutic process. Clinically, Haley’s approach to healing and change exists within a relational and experiential framework. Curiosity, humor, compassion, and creativity are common mechanisms that accompany her as she walks alongside her clients as they repair relational wounds and rewrite their personal narratives by expanding and deepening their understanding and experience of one’s self, others, and this world within the refuge of the therapeutic space and secure attachments. By providing this framework, growth and healing begin to really take root when emotions are brought to full expression, fears are voiced, truths are heard, and people are seen and loved for exactly who they are in the here-and-now.
Haley works with young adults (18+), adults, older adults, couples, and families including those in the LGBTQ+ community and of diverse cultural/ethnic/religious backgrounds.
Clinical Interests: grief and loss, death and dying, anxiety, depression, perceived lack of meaning/purpose, spiritual searching, aging, isolation/loneliness, unresolved relational/familial conflict, disconnection, or other relational/familial discord situations, marital issues, difficulty with life transitions, life-work balance related stressors, low self-esteem and self-identity issues.
Some of Haley’s favorite things: trees, her doggo, coffee, art, and exploring new places.