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Graduate Student Intern, Naropa University, Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling

Hadas graduated from Naropa University with an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Psychology. She uses she/her pronouns and she also holds a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara in English Literature.

My therapeutic approach is unhurried, warm, nonjudgmental, and spacious. I like to remind my clients that there is not necessarily a place we are trying to get to, and I invite fluidity to the therapeutic process. In addition to talk therapy, I offer a space for clients to open up to other aspects of their experience that may be difficult to put into words, such as spirituality or existential issues. I strongly believe in the mind-body connection and will offer mindfulness and other body-based practices that may have an impact on your awareness of thoughts, emotions, or body sensations and how they relate to your everyday life.

I am interested in working with people who may be struggling with relationship dynamics (familial or otherwise), emotional regulation, attachment style, self-limiting beliefs/stories especially related to the inner critic, or caregiver burnout. I am also interested in working with the elderly population as I am passionate about giving this age group more voice and representation. I believe therapy is a collaborative process, and especially in the role of an intern, I welcome any feedback you may have throughout our time together.

Hadas accepts the following insurance: Regence BCBS, MODA, OHP (CareOregon), Cigna, Pacific Source, United, Optum and Providence. Her cash rate is $115 per 60 minute session. She offers therapy via Telehealth and in-person.

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