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I went into the field of psychotherapy with a passion for people. I am highly relational, warm and accepting. I try to help people gain insight into how the past has shaped them for the better and for the worse.
I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Excelsior College in 2005 and a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Western Seminary in 2008.
I am also an Adjunct Professor at my alma mater, Western Seminary. I am a learner by nature and I love teaching students who are at the start of their own journey.. I try to communicate the same passion of teaching to my clients knowing we all have the capacity for growth.
My specialities include:
For those who want to integrate a Christian faith based perspective into their therapy, I offer a Christian faith-based approach along with professional training in psychotherapy to address all areas of a person's life. I am committed to helping you to experience healing and have a more balanced, meaningful life. It is my honor to work with you on your journey.
For clarity I think it is also important to state what I do not do. I do not hold a doctorate of any kind. I am not a psychological examiner and do not do assessments for return to duty/work. I do not do custody evaluations in the case of divorce and will not testify in custody disputes. I do not do evaluations for disability.