I believe that my job as a therapist is to create a safe space for you to be vulnerable, heard, seen, and supported.
When facing issues around depression, grief, and eating disorders, it’s difficult to be vulnerable. Your environment has not allowed you to be fully yourself. You are worried about being judged for your thoughts, or even worse, completely rejected.
We’ll approach our work together holistically…
We’ll use different theories and approaches to find the right solution for you and allow you to be in control of your progress.
My holistic approach is centered around the client, their needs, and how they would like to move forward. My job is to deeply listen, validate, and challenge beliefs and systems you have put in place that hinder your life.
Our deep connection to each other will provide an environment where you can tap into your feelings and experiences… and discover the deep impact they have on you and your daily life.
I promise… when you’re sitting with me, you will feel a sense of belonging. This environment creates a catalyst for transformation, healing, and change.
I am great at helping clients dig deep into their shit, get to the root of issues, and asking the hard questions. My clients experience “ah-ha” moments often.
I consistently see clients leave saying similar statements “I finally know why I do that,” “I finally know why I feel that way in these situations.” I motivate and encourage others to change.
There is no “right” way to be when sitting with me. My only request is that you show up as your true self and as committed to your progress as I am.
What helped me take the next step to become a therapist was seeing how life-changing it was for me. I felt like I became a different person, my true self, through the therapeutic process. And I can’t wait to create that change for you too.
I’ve worked with many young adults and professionals dealing with grief, depression, and eating disorders
I transitioned to full-time private practice
I became a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado and Arizona after over 3,600 hrs of experience.
I started my private practice and continued working in community mental health
I graduated from Denver Seminary with my master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. I did an Internship at Colorado Christian University (CCU)
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