I like to think of therapy as a collaborative process. As you climb the mountain of life and navigate its many obstacles, I will be your mountain guide to help you along the way. Throughout the climb, you may encounter barriers, setbacks, and challenges that can only be seen from your perspective. As your guide, I can help to identify alternative paths up the mountain, or ways that you can adjust your perspective in order to see the alternate path yourself. Whether you’re experiencing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship issues, work-related stress, behavioral issues, or just feeling stuck, I’m here to help. I treat each client as a unique individual with unconditional positive regard and work to empower and support you in navigating that climb while making the changes that you want to see.
I completed my Bachelor’s in Psychology from Michigan State University and earned my Master’s in Social Work from Wayne State University. My experience includes working with both adolescents and adults in various outpatient settings. I draw from a wide range of techniques, knowledge, and experience to inform my practice, all tailored to address your unique needs.
I understand that starting therapy can be a daunting and scary endeavor. With me, you’ll find a warm, compassionate, safe environment free from personal judgment. As an active, empathic listener, my goal is to help you feel understood, experience symptom relief, manage daily stress, increase awareness and create a deeper personal connection to yourself.