“Miracles happen all the time.
We’re here, aren’t we?”
I am a firm believer in body, mind, spirit healing. I seek to help individuals uncover, accept, and embolden all parts of their true selves. I hope to help people find their own paths to happiness and light finding the beauty of each part of the journey. My approach to healing is based in intersectionality, while being person-centered and trauma-informed. I utilize a myriad of techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, narrative therapy, and mindfulness-based strategies while working with adults overcoming issues related to childhood trauma, depression, anxiety, interpersonal violence, sexual assault, and substance use issues.
I received my undergraduate degree from Emory University in Psychology and Literature. I obtained my masters degree from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor with a concentration in Mental Health.
In my free time, I enjoy spending quality time with family and friends, laughing obnoxiously, reading, watching kids’ movies, and playing with my dog. I am also involved with academic research projects that investigate the impact of oppression on mental health and new treatment modalities to address such issues.