Finding the change we want individually and in our relationships can be difficult and we often don’t know where to begin. It takes vulnerability to begin the process toward change and vulnerability requires strength and courage. I believe my role as a therapist is to be a support system and to provide a safe space for clients as they engage in this journey of courage, vulnerability, and transformation.
My hope is that clients can develop social and emotional health through understanding their own emotions and the emotions of those around them. I work with individuals, couples, and families on both intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics found at home, school,
and work. I pull techniques from many approaches and look to expand my knowledge of therapeutic practices on an ongoing basis. Ultimately, I want all clients to feel equipped to build and maintain healthy relationships in the context in which they live.
I am a naturally curious person who continually longs to understand people and relationships more fully. This desire is what led me to study economics and sociology at the undergraduate level and earn a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. My knowledge
of people and relationships also expanded through jobs in banking, finance, carpentry, and community service.