I chose a career in therapy because it gave me an opportunity to utilize science in uncharted territory. I’ve always been inspired by trying to answer big questions through collaboration. I’m a teacher’s kid which taught me an unyielding respect and admiration for young people and lifelong learning. I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from Baylor University before moving on to Texas Woman’s University to obtain a Masters in Counseling Psychology. I’ve taught relational health classes in high schools , cared for youth in foster care, seen university students through making the leap to college, and supported families in crisis in residential treatment centers.
In my approach I value neuroscience, genuineness, and authenticity. I’ll show up as me so you can feel comfortable being you. You can expect me to serve as a sort of “magic mirror” helping you see a different view of yourself and offering you suggestions and thoughtful observations to move you towards your goals.