There’s a philosophy I came across while living in Nepal that has shaped my therapeutic perspective. It’s the philosophy of non-duality (Advaita Vedanta). The core focus is the pursuit of self-realization which entails gaining a profound understanding of one’s true nature as an interconnected part of the greater whole. It is through discovering our authentic self that we can uncover the deeper reality of everything. Everyone has a sense of their authentic self but it often becomes entwined with the content of our life experiences making it challenging to reconnect with our true nature. Through therapy, we can unveil the innate peace and happiness of our true selves.

I have found that most people come to therapy because they’re struggling with a specific emotion, challenging relationship or a big life transition. But beyond that, there’s always something deeper that shapes the way that we feel. Sometimes, we find that we’ve felt that way for a very long time before it really came to the surface. And it’s only by delving into ourselves with professional guidance that we can find a way forward in truly changing our lives.


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I’m glad you’re here. Our society doesn’t make seeking support easy but I believe having a safe space to process life and emotions is vital for personal growth and well-being.

Through Delve Therapy, I work with individuals and couples who are called to stop living on the surface and really explore their depth. Therapy might come during a life transition, or you may just be getting to a place where you want to know yourself in a deeper, more meaningful way. Wherever you are on your path, I think you’ll find my approach to be holistic, illuminating, down-to-earth, and relaxed.

Ultimately, it’s your own process of self-discovery. Contact me to see how we can work together.


Over the years, I’ve found online therapy to be just as effective as meeting in person. So much so that I’ve been offering it to clients in California and all over the world since 2016.

Telehealth gives you the flexibility to continue therapy during busy periods, keep appointments during vacations, or even call in during a walk if that’s what feels supportive. Some people also find online therapy offers an additional level of comfort. Rather than commuting to our sessions, you can cozy up in a comfortable spot at home and take the time to decompress afterward. All without compromising the effectiveness of the treatment. 

If you have questions about how online therapy might work for you, book a consultation so we can explore the topic together.