Angie Boroomand


Human connection is vital to human survival. In a world where digital interaction has become the norm, loneliness is a pervasive condition. People who’ve experienced trauma, especially in family relationships, can find it challenging to develop fulfilling personal connections. Even surrounded by close friends and family, many of us still feel disconnected. Connecting with others physically and emotionally has proven to have a lasting impact on overall well-being.

I use an integrative approach that includes emotionally focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), TF-CBT, and IFS to help you discover your impediments to developing deeper connections, starting with your relationship with yourself. We’ll work together to heal the parts of you that no longer serve you and rewrite harmful thought patterns.

Allow me to help you leave survival mode and learn to thrive in all your relationships using a person-centered, humanistic, and integrative approach to therapy. We’ll work together to identify your priorities and create a care plan that will evolve as you begin to heal. Allow me to help you achieve a lifetime of fulfilling connection.