Graduate Level Intern
*accepting new clients in April 2023!*
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"Knowing oneself comes from attending with compassionate curiosity to what is happening within." -Dr. Gabor Maté
When we can grow to be curious and learn to accept and love all parts of ourselves even the ones we're most ashamed of, then we can access a greater depth of healing and understanding than ever before.
I'm not afraid to sit in in the full, unfiltered range of emotions with clients. I want them to know that this is a safe and sacred place where everyone, every body is welcomed. I am here to partner with them on their journey and to help guide them into honoring their stories, find their healing, and learn how to embrace and love their truest, most authentic selves.
The way I like to approach therapeutic work is through a person-centered, self-compassion, and IFS (Internal Family Systems) informed approach. I believe my clients are ultimately the experts on themselves and their stories. My place as the therapist is just to help walk alongside you in your journey. Depression, anxiety, perfectionism, and grief and loss are just a handful of issues I'm passionate about helping others through. As a bi-racial person, I also welcome those working through issues of identity and belonging. I understand the complexity those spaces involve and honor the safe space it requires.
I'm currently completing a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy at Trevecca Nazarene University. I'm a firm believer that a good cup of tea, a long walk with my husband at Edwin Warner Park, and cuddles with my cats, Birdie and Waldo, can instantly remedy any hard day for me. Give me all the books, music, art, and any conversation that takes us deep into our feelings and why life is so beautiful, tragic, and mysterious.