For whatever has brought you here, I am so glad you have made it. Therapy may seem daunting, uncomfortable, or overwhelming, but I believe that we find our greatest moments of change in those great moments of challenge. My goal in therapy is to, first and foremost, give you the space to come as you are and have the space to be heard. I am passionate about helping people find healing, become empowered, and walk through and overcome those things that are creating chaos in their lives. We are uniquely shaped by our journey in life, including the trials and perseverance, but also by our passions, interests, and outlooks. I want to know who you are and what speaks to you and find a way to personalize your therapy experience. I use an eclectic and creative approach, drawing from modalities such as person-centered, mindfulness, CBT, SFBT, DBT, parts work, art, sand tray, and more to help you on your journey. I believe therapy is a joint approach that can include moments of crying, laughter, pain, breakthroughs, challenges, and healing.
I also offer Christian/Faith-based counseling for those who would like to incorporate this into therapy.
Education and Experience
- Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
- Master of Arts, Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Northwest University – 2023
- Internship at YMCA Social Impact Center – 2022-2023
- Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, Whitworth University – 2011
I have experience working with a wide age range, from children aged 6 and up. I had the privilege to meet in person and via telehealth with children, adults, and families. Another aspect of my internship was providing family therapy and leading an adolescent art therapy group.
I have received additional training in SYMBIS (saving your marriage before it starts), Solution Focused Therapy, and as a Clinical Certified Trauma Professional