Relationships are one of the most important aspects to me when working with others and through life. I believe we find ourselves in various relationships throughout our days, weeks and lives. My philosophy appears to involve getting to know one another on the client’s time. I choose to focus on aspects of one’s life when they are ready and willing to identify goals and work towards them. Therapy comes with a lot of emotions and I work with clients to make those emotions feel most comfortable.
I have grown up in Northern Colorado and enjoy all it has to offer: lakes for boating, mountains for hiking, trails for running, etc.
Qualifications and experience
- Mental Health and Behavior
- Languages spoken
Antioch University (2019)
University of Northern Colorado (2012)
- Clinical interest for patients
My clinical interests involve working with kids and those who support and work with them. Whether you are family or other supports, I choose to take that time to assess needs for all. Those that have experienced trauma, grief and loss hold a special place for me as well. Through COVID-19, I believe we have all experienced grief and I hope to work with those processing changes in life that may have brought.
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