About My Clients
I help young children, early teens, and parents navigate the impacts of trauma, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and other struggles in a safe, nonjudgmental, and nurturing environment.
My Background and Approach
I began my college education studying environmental sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Soon after, I earned my Master of Arts in Counseling from Chapman University in Southern California. My degree prepared me to serve as both a school counselor and clinical therapist. In the last semester of graduate school, I worked as a full-time elementary school counselor. I primarily use play therapy to work with clients between the ages of 4-14. However, I want to help children and their families feel understood, validated, and safe as they navigate their mental health and wellness journeys. For this reason, I also provide opportunities for parent and guardian meetings as a way to take a family systems approach in my care.