We believe empowered people strengthen their family and community.
Our clinicians understand people from a relational perspective, rooted in neuroscience. This means that we view an individual as functioning within the context of their family of origin, their culture, and their current relationships.
We lean on teachings from attachment theory, feminist theory, and mindfulness practices in our work. As we incorporate mindfulness practices in the moment of therapy, these techniques allow us to identify significant feelings in session. Learning to identify our big feelings is the first step forward on the journey toward healing.
We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all clients and employees. Our team members each contribute to the cultivation of a flexible and supportive space.
"No mud, not lotus." Thich Nhat Hanh
Lotus Bloom Psychology was named in honor of the supportive people in our lives that help us to survive and remain resilient through hardship. Those same people are also the one's who celebrate with us in times of joy and blossom. The metaphor of Thich Nhat Hanh's lotus flower is reflective of the resilience we experience when we feel understood and supported.