About My Clients
Although I work with all ages, I currently specialize in providing individual therapy with adolescents, young adults, and adults. I am particularly seasoned in helping those who are finding themselves struggling with either present or past family issues. These struggles may manifest in a multitude of ways including lack of motivation, social withdrawal, and inconsistency in mood. If these sound like issues you'd like to work through, my practice currently has some open slots available.
My Background and Approach
I've been working with families for about a decade in a variety of capacities. My experiences include working in early childhood education as a toddler and preschool teacher, in special education as a behavioral interventionist and supervisor, and in early intervention as a group therapy lead as well as program coordinator. I also have extensive experience with anxiety, depression, developmental delays, trauma, grief, and family systems working with adolescents, young adults, and adults. In addition to my practice, I am the Clinical Director for the Self-Injury Institute providing family therapy for self-injurers and I am an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology.