Seeking help is a courageous first step toward making personally meaningful changes. I view therapy as a collaborative process that involves you and I working together to understand what has led you to this point, to explore what you would like to be different, and to begin to develop new ways of being. My therapeutic approach is best described as integrative and combines relational, insight-oriented, evidence-based cognitive behavior therapy and motivational interviewing which are uniquely tailored to fit your diverse needs. I value an approach that seeks to focus on individuals’ strengths and developing new capacities.
I am a generalist by training and have experience working with a wide range of mental and physical health concerns. I also have a wide range of experience working with all ages from adolescents to older adults. I specialize primarily in anxiety, depression, post partum depression, and substance abuse.
I am dedicated to creating a safe space to explore your needs on a journey to healing. I have a relational style of therapy that looks to your goals, experiences and strengths in order to meet your unique needs. I will meet you where you are with empathy and intuition.
I studied at Baylor University for my undergraduate degree in Sociology, University of Illinois in Chicago for my Masters of Social Work and hold my Masters Clinical Social Work License in both Illinois and Michigan.