Since finishing graduate school, Laurie has worked with individuals as young as 4 and as old as 89. She has helped people who have experienced single episode as well as chronic/complex trauma, grief and loss, family difficulties, physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse, and a variety of other challenges that disrupt their ability to trust themselves and those around them.
She has additionally helped people with a variety of diagnostic problems, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance use disorders, phobias, post traumatic stress disorders, panic disorders, and dissociative disorders.
The foundation of Laurie's practice is to be a source of support, encouragement, and hope for her clients. She utilizes an approach that stresses compassion, acceptance, and safety first. She values cultural competence, mindfulness, strengths-based and client-centered interventions, and believes that the seed of healing is already within each client who steps through the door. She hopes to be of help to anyone seeking relief from their suffering.