Have you experienced trauma in your life? Do you feel like you should be “over it” but find that it continues to impact you? Do you struggle with anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem, mood changes, or suicidal thoughts/self-harm? These are just some of the ways that trauma can continue to impact our lives and our relationships. Feeling like you don’t really know who you are or what you want from life can be uncomfortable and confusing.
My passion is in supporting individuals with a history of trauma who are looking to heal and figure out who they are and how to live a life worth living. I work from a strengths-based and person-centered framework with experience in treating trauma and attachment-related issues. My work is informed by cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, existential therapy, attachment theory and framework, and motivational interviewing. My goal is always to provide a space that is safe, validating, and allows you to find and experience acceptance. Healing looks different for every person. As your therapist, my job is to walk alongside guiding and supporting you to find your version of healing.
M.S.- Walden University
B.A.- College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University
CARE Counseling (Present)
Woodland Centers (Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic): School-linked and Outpatient programs
Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.