People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons. Some have had trauma or relationships in their lives that they are struggling to move past. Some are living with constant anxiety, stress, and/or depression. Some are members of the LGBTQ+ community looking for a safe, accepting environment to discuss freely who they are. Whatever brings you to therapy, I would be honored to help you find a way forward. Together we can collaborate to understand what is not working for you, how this came to be, and how we can find a path through it.
I work with both adolescents/teenagers (14 to 19) and adults. I am trained in a relational, psychodynamic approach, integrating elements from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and interpersonal therapy to best meet each individual client’s needs.
I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. During this time, I worked with Michigan State University’s Counseling and Psychology Services, where I gained experience working with college students and adults through a variety of concerns. My professional experience and interests include LGBTQ+ concerns, anxiety disorders, trauma, OCD, relationship and interpersonal concerns, and adjustment stress. I look forward to working with you and being a part of your journey toward a more fulfilling life.