Her areas of focus include anxiety, depression, LGBTQIA+ affirming therapy, loss, trauma, work burnout, relationships, self-criticism and self-doubt.
Her emotion-focused approach is rooted in psychodynamic and attachment theories. By identifying and processing core issues, clients can change unhealthy emotional, cognitive, and behavioral patterns in sustainable ways. She is certified in experiential dynamic therapy through the Washington School of Psychiatry. Julie earned a master’s degree in social work from The Catholic University of America and a degree in journalism from the University of Southern California.