I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Colorado – Boulder and received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology. After college, I had the chance to teach psycho-educational courses and provide limited counseling services in various volunteer positions. These experiences affirmed my passion for providing hope and healing to suffering individuals. Consequently, I chose to pursue further education and training in order to become a licensed therapist. I graduated from Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, GA with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I work from a systemic perspective, meaning I recognize that all people are impacted by the systems in which they live their lives, including their families, communities, and culture. Keeping this larger picture in view, my goal for my clients is to help you make sense of your circumstances and find meaning in your experiences thus far in life, and then assist you in creating a preferred reality. I uses a strengths-based, collaborative approach, working with you to develop specific goals for counseling and identify the unique strategies to help you meet those goals.
License Information: Colorado #MFT.0001712/Georgia #MFT001719