Therapy starts with forming a safe and genuine relationship between the client and therapist. In order to heal, we need to feel comfortable enough to be vulnerable and be as real as we can be. I realize how difficult it can be to come to therapy and open up about the ways you are hurting or struggling. Showing up and being honest takes courage, and I will meet your courage with openness, compassion, and steadfastness. In all types of therapy that I do, I strive to create and maintain a space that feels safe, honest, consistent, challenging (the good kind of challenging!), and fun!
The communities I am most passionate about working with are trauma survivors and individuals who identify within the LGBTQ community. I enjoy collaborating with teens and young adults to work toward experiencing healing, self-acceptance, healthy relationships, and more fulfillment in life.
Outside of being a therapist, I enjoy hiking, kayaking or canoeing, cooking, and spending time with family. One of my favorite things is going to the dog park with my dog, Henry.
Bachelor's Degree - University of St. Thomas
Master's Degree - University of St. Thomas
Postgraduate training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
Postgraduate training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) - Tubman Chrysalis Center
I work with individuals across the spectrum of age, ability, race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation.