About My Clients
I am drawn to working with families, namely parents and their children, as well as individuals. My knowledge exists primarily in navigating issues of trauma, grief, conflict, identity, and development of self. Supporting individuals who have experienced trauma calls for examinations of power, control, narrative, and accountability. These are all topics that I aim to lean into in my role, coupled with managing anxiety and maintaining agency in the face of fear.
My Background and Approach
From a young age, my Mennonite faith has guided me in prioritizing peace and justice for myself and others. These values are central in my practice as a therapist and in my relationships with my clients. I am honest yet endeavor to be sincere in that work. In all areas of life, I appreciate the experience of learning and the process of being curious.