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I strive to not take myself too seriously both in my personal and professional life. I meet my clients with an approachable, down to earth and gentle demeanor. I’m not interested in being viewed as an expert with all the answers, expecting clients to comply with my advice because I do not believe this is an effective approach in therapy. Instead, I view myself as a fellow traveler, honored to walk alongside a client on their journey. I value my clients’ authenticity and emotional vulnerability, and I in turn do my best to embody and model these values myself.


Whether you’re new to the idea of counseling or you’ve received services in the past, a stable therapeutic relationship is crucial to progress in therapy. Just like any other important relationship in your life, the trust between client and therapist is cultivated, fostered and developed over time. It’s a big deal to share parts of your heart with a stranger and I honor the time and experience it takes to develop a foundation of trust in therapy.

My approach to therapy is trauma-focused, meaning that we work together to heal unresolved attachment, developmental and relational wounds that manifest in various forms of emotional distress. The resolution of unresolved wounding is important in the healing process because such unresolved wounds keep us repeating the same unhealthy patterns in relationships, family systems and professional roles. And, perhaps most importantly, unresolved wounds keep us severely disconnected from ourselves. 


"I'm not telling you it's going to be easy. I'm telling you it's going to be worth it."

-Art Williams


I am passionate about supporting others toward healing. I love people. I feel charged when I connect with others and I feel  excited about engaging in deep, personal and existential conversations. It doesn’t get much better for me.

In May of 2021 I became a parent and began the most rewarding and difficult journey of my life. I am also a mamma to two sweet senior dogs and one ornery parrot.


I’m also no stranger to healing or suffering. I have been “doing my own work” for over a decade. Doing the work simply means that I work on my own stuff on a regular basis and in a variety of ways, though typically by sitting in the client seat when I see my own therapist. I’m a huge advocate of therapists and others in the healing profession doing their own work— imagine how odd it would be to work with a personal trainer who doesn't exercise. 


"Vulnerability is not about winning or losing. It’s having the courage to show up even when you can’t control the outcome." -Brené Brown


2009 - Circumnavigated the globe and traveled to 11 countries during a study abroad semester (really quick story: during this trip I hiked and slept on the Great Wall of China with a tour group during an unseasonably snowy November in China and thought I was going to die from hypothermia in my sleep but lived the tell the tale)

2011 - Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a focus on Neuropsychology from Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL

2012-2014 - Mental/Behavioral Health Technician & Recreational Therapy Assistant

2015 - Student Therapist at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle, WA

2015 - Mental Health Intern and Certified Drug Professional Trainee at a women's pregnant and parenting residential treatment center

2016 - Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology with a focus on Holistic Health Psychology from Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA

2016-2019 - Mental Health Clinician at non-profit behavioral healthcare clinic 

2019-2021 - Primary Therapist at long term residential trauma and substance abuse treatment center

2020-Present - Therapist and owner of solo-private psychotherapy practice

2021 - Motherhood: constantly re-learning everything I think I know about anything 


Licensed Mental Health Counselor |  2018

Qualified Supervisor | 2023

 FL License # MH16535

Perinatal Mental Health Certificate (PMH-C)

Postpartum Support International | 2023

Neuro Affective Relational Model

(NARM) Therapist
Level II training & certification | 2019

Co-Training Assistant, Level II | 2020

Level III masters training | 2022

Level III masters certification | 2023

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapist

EMDRIA approved training | 2020


Dialectical Behavior Therapy
(DBT) Certificate

PESI | 2018


Holistic Health Coaching Certificate

 Institute for Integrative Nutrition | 2013

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