I believe that it takes courage to look inside and sort through sadness and pain. Whatever it is that may bring you to my office, I trust that it can be an opportunity for self-growth and improvement. I utilize a holistic and integrative approach to therapy, meaning I look at the person as a whole to understand who they are while using a mix of psychological approaches including Humanistic-Existential, Cognitive Behavioral, and Psychodynamic.
I graduated with my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Michigan School of Professional Psychology after completing a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I primarily work with adolescents and adults specializing in depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, self-image issues, and life transitions. For the last few years of my work, I have worked with college-aged adults focusing on relationship and sports-related difficulties such as disordered eating and self-esteem issues.
Through a client-centered approach, we can work together to gain a greater understanding of who you are through which your difficulties can become ameliorated. Ultimately our work together can bring about new meaning and hope.