Phone: 615.383.2115, ext. 120
Counseling is a beautifully human process. The space it creates fosters a reflection of our journeys outside of the therapy office. For children, it can be a calm place to make sense of their world and self. For all of us, it can be the place that simultaneously holds the beauty of who we are to the world and to ourselves, while also holding our sorrows and aches. It can be a place of seeing ourselves wholly as we are and as we can be. Walking with people as they step into the space of counseling, and watching as they work to grapple with the complexities of life and fight for hope, is truly an honor and a gift.
I graduated from John Brown University with my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in August 2020. I now hold my temporary license as a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Mental Health Service Provider distinction. I have had the opportunity to work in an inpatient hospital, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, school setting, and private practice. I have worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have worked with adolescents and adults who have struggled with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, spiritual issues, life transitions, and relationship difficulties.
Outside of the counseling space, I find myself running often, baking old family desserts, hosting as many people as possible in my home, and playing sudoku and any new game I’ve become fascinated with. My husband and I are low-key obsessed with our dog and take him everywhere. Maybe someday he will make his way into the therapy office, but for now he is out on as many hikes and trails we can take him on.
Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, John Brown University