Providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults, I approach therapeutic engagements from a lens of compassion that helps to allow for the facilitation of safety, security, acknowledgement, and understanding within the therapeutic space; fundamental aspects to human engagement we all need and thrive on.
I utilize a client-centered approach to my work, incorporating elements of a varied span of therapeutic modalities and interventions to include cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, attachment-based therapy, internal family systems, and mindfulness depending upon individualistic needs.
My goal is to help individuals come to a better understanding of who they truly are, how they can honor themselves, and how they can tap into their potential to live a fulfilling and connected life, with this goal being informed by the type of life those I engage with envision for themselves. I hope to be there for you as you journey towards optimal well-being.
Master of Social Work from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2021)
Master of Science in Public Health from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2021)
Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences, option Early Childhood Development from The University of Texas at Austin (2009)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Externalizing Behavioral Disorders