I believe that building relationships and connections with individuals and families are an essential piece of what I value as a therapist. Being able to collaborate with a team to ensure that the individual and/or family are receiving the best support and resources that they need. My approach is building a relationship with my client, actively listening through their stories and experiences, and integrating skills to help clients work through the barriers and move forward in a direction that leads to their healing and growth.
Elementary students (5-10 year old)
Middle school students (10-14 year old)
I have experience working with individuals who have experienced difficulties relating to trauma, attachment, ADHD, anxiety, and depression.
TAP Program – Oakdale Elementary School and Skyview Middle School
I have experienced working with families of multi-cultural backgrounds. I worked in a day treatment center for Autistic Children for 5 years.
I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the St. Cloud State University and my graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Argosy University.
Masters of Arts