Becoming a Relationship Therapist
One of my favorite things about being a relationship therapist is being able to highlight the value of human connections. My interest started early in my life as I began to recognize the importance of others in helping navigate life’s ups and downs.
The best thing about becoming a therapist has been the ability to witness growth and joy in my clients.
As a therapist, I pride myself on holding a nurturing space for you to feel safe and supported. I believe in the power of resiliency and everyone’s potential to thrive despite struggles. I honor my client’s courage of making the decision to begin their therapy journey and trusting me to be able to walk alongside them. My aim is to empower my clients to rewrite their life narrative, feel satisfied in their relationships, and reach their personal goals to create a life worth living.
Counseling Style and Strengths
I combine my training and knowledge in evidenced-based practices with a unique personality that is aimed at supporting the therapeutic relationship. My main priority is creating an empathic bond with my clients to honor their journey and provide them support to meet their goals. In sessions, my aspiration is to help you feel supported and validated to get you where you want to be.
Professional Counseling Background
I have had the opportunity to work with exceptional families and individuals from all different life. I have extensive experience working in crisis management and outpatient settings providing support for depression, anxiety, and trauma.
Professional Therapist Credentials and Training
- Gottman Method Therapy
- Trauma-Focused/Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy
- Attachment-Based Therapy