I help high-achieving women overcome trauma so they can have freedom from burnout, happier relationships, & more creative juice for the things that really matter.

I get it…

You’re so good at keeping up the façade of “I’ve got it all together” that you start to believe it, ignoring that voice inside that says, “I can’t do all this alone anymore.”

You don’t share your problems as much anymore, because your life looks so good from the outside that you get teased for having “champagne problems” when the truth is, you’re in pain.

So on top of hurting, you feel isolated and lonely during difficult times. 

Your true heart’s desire is calling louder and louder, but you’ve got so much on your plate you keep tuning it out. You tell yourself that you’ll “get to it” when things slow down…but they never do.

LUCKILY, YOU DON'T NEED YEARS AND YEARS OF THERAPY
TO HEED THAT INNER VOICE AND LET YOUR TRUE SELF LEAD.

Want to work together?

Individual therapy

In highly focused one-on-one sessions, we’ll unpack the trauma that’s keeping you stuck, and do the work to get you free.

Brainspotting

Brainspotting is a gentle, powerfully effective method – my preferred method – for treating trauma where it lives in your brain and body.

Group Therapy

Self-healing in community. Learn how to regulate your nervous system, heal trauma, and become your own best friend.

Kind Words

“Having closely worked with Maggie for many years, I can confidently say that she is a true expert in the therapeutic field.  Her unique ability to address relational dynamics while carefully attending to and treating trauma is remarkable. Maggie brings a compassionate and insightful approach to her work, while supporting clients with the complexities of both trauma and life itself. She is not only knowledgeable, but also genuinely committed and incredibly warm and nurturing. I have seen firsthand the positive transformations that she helps facilitate in her clients’ lives. I wholeheartedly recommend Maggie for anyone seeking healing, resilience and growth in both their personal and relational spheres.”

KATIE BROOKS, LCSW
Clinical Director and Founder of Good Therapy San Diego