Counselor 2 – Westside
I earned my Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling through Grand Canyon University. I am also a member of the American Counseling Association.
Everyone is created with innate worth and the potential for emotional, relational, and spiritual wholeness and growth and a deep sense of satisfaction and purpose. I love coming alongside people to offer support and hope and help them make sense of overwhelming and confusing situations, identify possible solutions, and acquire helpful tools. Clients can then make changes that move them toward greater fulfillment and peace, both personally and in their relationships. I work with issues related to anxiety, depression, and stress management; trauma-related concerns; couple, family, and other relationships; and decision-making.
I draw from a variety of evidence-based methods, such as CBT, mindfulness, emotionally-focused therapy (EFT), and internal family systems (IFS), to help clients gain relief, identify new perspectives and opportunities, and find solutions. I also enjoy helping individuals address faith questions or incorporate a Christian perspective into their sessions.
My specialties include anxiety/stress, codependency, depression, emotional regulation, life transitions, relationship issues, self-esteem, social anxiety, spiritual issues, and trauma/PTSD.