“You are struggling with something in your life and it can turn into such a heavy burden.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I began my career as a therapist several years ago and have loved every minute of it. I have always felt drawn to helping other people work through their concerns and I use my caring nature to guide my clients toward making the changes they want to see in their lives. I am certified in traumatic incident reduction and use this to help clients cope with traumatic events.
What should someone know about working with you?
Deciding to begin therapy is never an easy decision but I am glad you have made this positive choice. You are struggling with something in your life and it can turn into such a heavy burden. I am here to help reduce this burden by providing you with valuable coping skills, ways to handle challenging situations, and the strength to overcome your suffering. Whether you have experienced trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, or marital and family issues, I am available to provide support as we work through this together on your therapeutic journey.
What do you do to continue learning and building competencies as a provider?
I continually strive to take as much training as I can to broaden my perspective and incorporate new skills into my practice. I specialize in treating trauma and I am dedicated to incorporating the most effective and evidence-based trauma resolution practices into my treatment.
What are you most excited about within the evolving mental health landscape?
Telehealth has been such an important change in the mental health field. It is just as effective as in-person therapy and it increases the client's ability to access care while feeling comfortable in their own home. I find that my work with clients has been more successful through telehealth, as the level of discomfort from a new environment is no longer a factor.
“I am here to help reduce this burden by providing you with valuable coping skills, ways to handle challenging situations, and the strength to overcome your suffering.”