We each experience life in unique, beautiful, and often complex ways. Our stories, both the parts we create and those that are prescribed to us, greatly influence our mental health. In therapy, I desire to explore this with individuals and families while being trauma-responsive and person-centered. I hope to build a professional partnership with you in which you feel seen, heard, and validated.
I am interested in working with adults and children experiencing difficult family dynamics, anxiety, low self-confidence, depression, trauma, grief, autism spectrum disorder, and sensory-processing disorders. In addition, I am passionate about empowering people to grow, heal, and practice self-care. Overall, I value emphasizing how your environment and inner dialogue impacts your mental health. Using your strengths, I hope that together we can create a plan that you feel is attainable, helpful, and worthwhile.
When I am not practicing therapy or continuing my social work studies, I am usually spending time with friends and family, cuddling an animal, going for a walk, or listening to music. I look forward to meeting you and value the steps you have taken in seeking professional support.
M.S.W. – University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (In Progress)
B.S. – University of Northwestern, St. Paul
CARE Counseling (Present)
- Provider is in their master’s program and is under supervision
Options Family & Behavior Services
CARE’s Clinicians are In-Network with a variety of providers including:
Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.