I believe the relationship that you and I develop with each other is the biggest influencer on your personal growth through counseling. I know opening up to someone can be scary and I hope to earn your trust and confidence.
I enjoy working with both individuals and couples to help improve overall satisfaction in life. I primarily work with those experiencing anxiety, depression, and relationship stress.
I’m also pursing additional training on integrative mental health, to support clients looking for more information on how nutrition and lifestyle impact anxiety and depression.
Random things about me:
- I can’t stand peanut butter. Or eggs.
- I love french fries of any shape.
- I’m a podcast addict.
- Reading is my favorite.
- I still want to be a ballerina when I grow up.
- I’m school-nerdy. May get a PhD someday, but really don’t want to write a dissertation.
- 2001, BS in Family Studies and Human Development, Texas Tech University
- 2004, MEd in Counseling, University of North Texas
- 2014, MBA in General Business, Texas Tech University
- 2018, Certificate in Nutritional Psychology, JFK University