Our work together in therapy is to identify what separates us from fulfillment and to find tools
to deconstruct those barriers. As a clinician, I collaboratively identify a person’s inherent
strengths, empowering them to enact positive changes within themselves and their
relationships. My approach is person-centered, strengths-based, and trauma-informed.
Curiosity, compassion, and humor enable a safe and engaging atmosphere in which to do
individualized work. Integrating various therapeutic modalities will allow our sessions to best
suit you and your needs.
I have worked in the U.S. and abroad with people of all ages and experiences including, but not
limited to, anxiety, depression, self-doubt, substance use, and personal and inherited trauma.
My worldview has been further shaped by my time as a Peace Corps Volunteer and member of
the Match-e-be-nash-she-wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians. My lens is ever-growing and
nonjudgmental, allowing me to bring nuance and understanding to my practice.
BA – Psychology International Studies, MSW – Interpersonal Practice Mental Health
University of Michigan