Life can be challenging and each person bears unique gifts, burdens and struggles. Therapy can be a helpful way to process through difficult experiences as well as obtain clarity about new possibilities. Whether you are seeking healing, more understanding, new ways of thinking, better ways to cope, greater freedom from past pain or desiring more in your future, I see therapy as a collaborative relationship and sacred safe space where you can pursue these goals.
I received my Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Institute for Psychological Sciences in Arlington, VA, in 2011 and 2015 respectively. My training included special emphasis on the integration of Psychology and Theology. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. I am currently a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Arizona. I have completed Levels I and II training in Sensorimotor therapy.
I have experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults, and currently focus my work with adults. I work with a variety of issues including but not limited to anxiety, trauma, life-transitions, relationship struggles, burnout, identity issues, grief, parenting and family issues, career issues, and faith/spiritual issues. I also have a background in both ministry and organizational consulting and coaching. I love working with leaders, groups and individuals to improve communication, collaboration, and both individual and organizational internal health.