Educational Background and Degree

  • The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, 2015
  • Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology

Tell us a little bit about your approach to counseling:

The relational nature of human beings is a blessing and a curse: while our greatest joys and strengths are found within intimate and trusting relationships our deepest wounds come from relational heartache. My approach to therapy is to create a safe environment where we can work together to explore the emotional impact of your relational experience. I incorporate relational psychodynamic therapy, existential therapy, attachment therapy, narrative therapy, and cognitive-behavioral techniques to help each client work toward greater emotional and relational health.

What qualifications and trainings do you have:

  • Mental Health Professional
  • Children and Adolescents
  • Family Systems
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (Behavior, Depression, Anxiety)
  • Interpersonal psychodynamic psychotherapy

Are there areas of practice that you specialize in?

I am honored to work with trauma survivors, individuals coping with grief and loss, and children with behavioral issues

What specific populations do you work with?

I work with individuals across the developmental spectrum including children, adolescents, and adults.

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