“I am as laid-back as my clients would like and can be just as structured if that is what the client prefers.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
Becoming a therapist is something that was simply meant to be for my own journey. I truly dig working with people and helping others unpack their thoughts that tend to control the day-to-day. I have worked in outpatient settings, intensive outpatient settings, inpatient settings, community-based mental health, jail settings, and school environments. I’ve also worked with those who were experiencing homelessness. I enjoy working with clients who happen to have PTSD and engage in trauma therapy. I truly enjoy working with all populations and being there for whatever issues come up.
What should someone know about working with you?
What one wants to get out of therapy is what one will get; I am just here to guide the process in a safe environment. I am as laid-back as my clients would like and can be just as structured if that is what the client prefers. This is your therapy, so what are your expectations when working with me? My job is to meet your expectations.
What are you most excited about within the evolving mental health landscape?
I am most excited that the mental health landscape is evolving because now there is an opportunity to access appropriate levels of care at the click of a button! I have been a telehealth therapist since before the pandemic and often questioned why telehealth wasn't as popular in the past. Now, telehealth is rocking the map and growing every day! What I appreciate about telehealth is that the progress in therapy tends to move more rapidly versus in-person, as individuals feel safe in the comfort of their own homes. I am a telehealth-based therapist only and looking forward to working with you in the comfort of your own home at times that are most convenient for you!
“My job is to meet your expectations.”