“My approach transforms people who are willing to go on an unusual therapy journey with me.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I worked in a women's shelter as a case manager. Part of my job was to get the women connected with mental health services. Often, the women on my caseload would tell me that they didn't need a therapist because they had me. After hearing that consistently for over a year, I decided to look into becoming a therapist. I am an MFT, so I believe in systemic work. However, I have been training since August of 2020 in rapid resolution therapy, which is a unique type of therapy that transforms people quickly and painlessly in a fun way.
What should someone know about working with you?
You don't have to know how to get where you are going; my ideal client leaves that to me. My approach transforms people who are willing to go on an unusual therapy journey with me. I only do telehealth, but it is EFFECTIVE! Don't get psyched out by the medium; we will still connect and have transformational moments.
What do you do to continue learning and building competencies as a provider?
I am a member of the Institute of Rapid Resolution Therapy. I participate in 1-4 trainings per month through the institute. I am a part of a network of clinicians who bring awareness to this unique modality.
How do your core values shape your approach to therapy?
I believe that every person is their own version of their intersectionalities. That's why I don't believe in traditional ways of learning about how to work with diverse clients. I love learning about everyone and look forward to getting to know new people through my work.
“I love learning about everyone and look forward to getting to know new people through my work.”