Being able to show up and be present in life, whether it’s in multiple capacities, or just one-when we are not able to it has a rippling effect at times in multiple areas. Relationships with family, friends, co-workers, colleagues- if there is an area, or multiple that are not aligning with your true self, therapy can be an amazing place to be guided and to learn how to sync your genuine self with all of those environments and relationships.
My role as your therapist is to listen with empathy, to ask questions, and to support your efforts toward better connection and functioning. Your role is to be open to shifting your perspectives, open to accountability when necessary, and changing some behaviors.
I use solution focused and client-centered approach to therapy, trauma informed, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and positive psychology.
I received my Bachelor’s degree in in Psychology from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota and my Master’s degree in Counseling and Psychological Services from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Further Studies – Adler University
MA – St. Mary’s University
B.S. – St Mary’s University
Care Counseling (present)
Oakland Education Center
Independent Contractor for Diagnostic Assessment (Gerard and QCMI)
Austin Public Schools
Independent Management Services
Additionally, Out of Network & Out of Pocket options are available.