In my practice, I enjoy working with individuals and couples looking to create meaningful and lasting positive changes in their lives and relationships.
I am a licensed psychotherapist offering hope to individuals struggling with depression (feeling worthless, sad, or numb), anxiety (feeling stressed, overwhelmed, panicked), suicide, disordered eating, and self-image issues. I believe therapy is a process that involves exploration, understanding, choice and change. Mental health and emotional balance are vital pieces that cannot be overlooked in our overall health and well-being.
In my experience working with couples, I have learned that relationships are our greatest teachers, but we are rarely given the necessary tools or knowledge of how to navigate or sustain healthy ones. I am skilled at assisting couples and individuals discover and utilize invaluable tools to create and fortify fulfilling relationships. Using a direct and interactive approach, my goal is to relieve the stress in the relationship to allow for deeper connection and intimacy.
If you’re seeking relief from life-stressors, freedom from the past, or searching for more meaning or understanding in your life or relationship, therapy can help. Let’s work together to create a life that works for you. Call or email me and we can set up 15 minutes to chat.
For my undergraduate studies, I focused on Child and Family Development at the University of Georgia and then went on to receive a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University with a Specialization in Spiritual and Depth Psychology.
My clinical background includes providing individual, couples, family and group therapy to diverse populations. I began my training and internship at the Women’s Clinic and Family Counseling Center treating individuals and couples seeking counseling for anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. I gained further clinical experience as an intern at La Ventana Treatment Programs providing individual and group therapy for clients and families struggling with eating disorders and substance abuse. My work continued at the Life Adjustment Team’s Intensive Outpatient Programs as the intake coordinator and primary therapist providing support for people coping with and recovering from co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues.