I implement effective psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among individuals and encourage them to adopt new patterns and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the client and therapist alike. But in the end, making small changes to self-defeating behavior and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, and pain can bring life-altering results.
Imagine waking up every morning feeling more safe and empowered. How great does that feel? Since graduating with a Master's in Counseling Degree from Regis University in 2016, I have worked to support clients in Denver and surrounding metropolitan areas by offering them a wide range of counseling services to guide them through life’s challenges and most trying times. Life can get difficult, and sometimes a little help from a professional Therapist can make things better and allow the world to not feel so lonely and dark. I care about your well-being and provide you with tools in order to seize the day and learn how to tackle even the most stressful circumstances.
A little about me...
I am lucky to be a native of Colorado and have been spoiled with mountain adventures and 300 days of sunshine a year. I have always held a love for Colorado and could never see myself living anywhere else! When not practicing therapy or geeking out with friends and colleagues about the magic of psychology and the human mind, I enjoy being in nature and feeling the sunshine, getting immersed in a book or show, playing with my twin girls, and getting lost in my kitchen with cooking and baking.
I began my career in the mental health field back in 2008. While in college, I found myself completely drawn to my Psychology classes and began to purse a degree in Human Development with a minor in Psychology. I started my first job in the field that same year. As I fell more in love with the field and with the experience of growth and change, I committed to Graduate School in 2013 and completed my Counseling program at Regis University in 2016. After graduating, I was able to continue to expand my skillsets and gain additional experience in treating a variety of clients from many different walks of life who were seeking to improve their sense of self and their quality of life. I have found that this experience has allowed me to develop a strengths-based approach to help provide a sense of connection and safety to clients so as to begin to address difficult experiences and feelings to help them move through pain and discomfort and begin to see more sunshine in themselves and in their lives.