I came into this profession as a life-long learner of the resiliency of an individual’s spirit. Working with you means learning about your resiliency – even if you feel lost and abandoned – there is always hope and with hope comes resiliency. My personal experience as a young widow and mother has
I am a graduate from Prescott College with my Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families, in finding their way through life transitions and difficult times. It is important to me that I meet each client where they are in life and support them in discovering who they want to become, moving through childhood and adult trauma, and learning skills that support these transitions.
The therapy I provide is an integrative approach using cognitive behavioral therapy, somatic therapy, person-centered, neuropsychology, mindfulness practices, and a handful of other modalities depending on the person and situation. What this means is that your therapy is tailored to you and encompasses and embraces your culture, your race, your sexual orientation, your life experiences, and your experience in the world in this moment.
I have worked with individuals from all walks of life and my focus is on life transitions which includes divorce, spousal/partner death, death of a child as well as individuals going through or contemplating gender transition. I also have background working in domestic violence and with sex workers. I support LGBTQ individuals and do not discriminate based on gender, race, religious, or sexual orientation.
Rebuilding your inner and outer world through life transition at times means having someone else hold hope and help you discover new ways to live and thrive.
Please reach out to me today to begin your journey to an abundant life!
Man is a universe within himself.Bob Marley
If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life’s search for love and wisdom.Rumi
To live without Hope is to cease to live.Fyodor Dostoevsky