“Throughout my life, I have displayed gifts of empathy, compassion, and a deep insight into others. Through obtaining my Masters of Clinical Psychology degree with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University I have been able to hone my skills to an even greater degree and achieve a greater platform to be able to help people, while gaining experience and insight into different demographics including adolescents, college students, adults, families, and couples. I have over ten years of experience working in various fields, helping, coaching, and developing people, and more than three years of experience as a marriage and family therapist. I believe in the empowerment and self-determination of every individual. I am compassionate, caring, and empathetic as I partner with my clients to meet their needs for healing and growth, providing the safe space necessary for them to explore their specific areas of difficulty. Healing and growth take place as clients are free to share their experiences, thoughts, concerns, and ideas while in an accepting, encouraging environment.
Focusing on Attachment and CBT theories, I journey with my clients, giving them the tools they need to be able to dig deep into themselves and further explore life patterns, experiences, and hurts. I utilize mindfulness teachings, goal setting, and visualization exercises in treating anxiety, depression, and trauma, helping clients learn and grow, empowering them towards self-actualization and healing. I have a passion for adolescents and families, joining them in a time of discord, coming alongside them as we work together to find the hope they need to succeed, developing coping skills to be resilient individuals, and rebuilding the bridge between them and their parents, which is truly an honor to be a part of. Helping clients develop healthy relationships while creating the connection we all long for is my passion. I want to share that passion with you, so that together we can find the lasting peace and joy that results in complete wholeness.”