Feel Better Mentally, Emotionally, Physically

Alternative solutions for women with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and attention deficit disorder


A New Approach to Your Mental Health Treatment

Mental health treatment doesn’t happen in a silo. It’s not just medication. It’s not just therapy. True healing is better achieved through fundamental lifestyle changes and restoring balance to your mind and body.

I’ve expanded the treatment toolbox to include traditional and alternative therapies so you get a plan designed specifically for you.

Together, we work to get to the root cause of your depression, anxiety and other mental health symptoms. My expertise in integrative psychiatry and nutrition, my training in functional medicine, and my personalized approach to health makes me uniquely qualified to help women find solutions to depression, anxiety, postpartum depression/anxiety, attention deficit disorder, and PTSD.

Get the Right Plan for You


Schedule a call.


Determine if this approach is the right fit for you.


Schedule your series of personalized treatments.

Don’t waste another day frustrated by your lack of progress.
It’s time to feel better mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

A Holistic Approach

I don’t rely on a one-size-fits all approach to mental health treatment. What works great for one woman might not work for another. And we know our bodies and minds are complex. We have to explore how they interconnect and how tackling something like nutrition or chronic stress can impact your mental health too.

Laboratory Testing

Let’s find the right combination of treatment and lifestyle changes, so every day becomes your best day.

Is Integrative Psychiatry Right for Me?

  • You’ve tried antidepressants or other medications, but continue to struggle with mental health symptoms.
  • You want to stop taking medication, but aren’t sure if it’s a good idea.
  • You wonder if there’s a deeper reason for your depression and anxiety.
  • You know you need to make some lifestyle changes, but don’t know where to start.

If any of these thoughts have run through your mind, it’s time to explore a more holistic approach to your mental health care.