Life is full of challenge and uncertainty, and seeking therapy is often the first step towards finding the resilience and peace that make life so meaningful in the midst of challenge. I believe that all people deserve the safety, respect, and non-judgment that characterize effective therapy, and these are at the core of my work as a therapist. My goal is to build trust, openness, and collaboration in each relationship, so that clients have the freedom and support to pursue their goals.
Life is also full of joy and growth, and therapy can be a place to celebrate these things that make our lives beautiful.
Whether you are seeking to make a desired change in your life or are challenged by unexpected events, I hope to create an environment that can help bring about the change you desire in your life. I believe that relationships are one of our greatest sources of healing and growth, and work with couples and families as well as individuals.
I completed my Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy at Seattle Pacific University, and work with clients experiencing relational distress, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, shame and guilt, grief, self-esteem, and family conflict.