My therapeutic approach is eclectic. I prefer a holistic approach, with a foundation in mindfulness, that combines with evidenced-based techniques to develop the most appropriate treatment plan with my clients. A key component of mindfulness is being present in the moment without judgment. In my sessions, I want to encourage clients to feel open to your true self without judgment. I believe the therapy room should be a place filled with safety, authenticity, and growth. I strive to provide a space for clients to feel comfortable and supported through their therapeutic journey. I am open to working with children, adolescents, and adults.
I have always been involved in advocacy work. I am eager to develop a safe environment where all feel welcome. I am a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, have worked with many transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals, and will continue to uphold values that protect all minority groups.
I have a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, and I am currently in the third year of Adler University’s Doctor of Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program. My background includes working with survivors of sexual trauma, crisis management, and eating disorders. Most recently, I worked with patients ranging from ages 5-65 and experiencing a variety of symptoms: anxiety, depression, mood disorders, psychosis, bipolar, and PTSD.
In my free time I enjoy being outdoors, learning new facts about bugs, playing soccer, spending time with my dogs, and being out on the water.