Your Journey




Your Journey

Do you feel unfulfilled? Do you experience that nagging feeling that something inside you is lost or missing? Do you often feel weighed down by feelings of anxiety or loneliness? I am someone who you can talk with about all your feelings. I am a great listener and I want you to be the best person you can be. Together, we can work on strategies to help you feel more connected to yourself and others.


I am collaborative, kind, and supportive. The journey we will go on is about bringing forth the best possible person you want to be. It’s time to slow down, take a deep breath, and look inside. Together we will rediscover your natural wisdom and the path in life you want to be on.


I believe that inner work and personal growth takes courage, support, and the understanding that you are not alone. As a therapist, educator, and mentor I will help you find a natural way to learn, heal, and grow. I have been helping others cross thresholds and find new meaning in their lives for over 20 years. I consider myself a lifelong learner and enjoy supporting others on their personal journey.


I hold graduate degrees in counseling psychology and education. I have studied depth psychology, humanistic psychology, neuroscience, and mythology. I am the author of Dreams Are Like Fairy Tales (2013) and Thoughts On: Exercise, Learning, and Mental Health (2019). I enjoy working with clients on dream tending.  I integrate mindfulness with humanistic and solution focused therapies. I see psychotherapy as an avenue for exploring your own spiritual truth.


I have a broad range of clinical experience and interests including stress and anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem, self-confidence, career issues, anger management, trauma, couple’s conflict, college issues, dreams, grief and loss, procrastination, and inner work.

Trauma can cause us to form negative and harmful beliefs about our own abilities and self-worth.

I can help you identify negative ideas about yourself, as well as help you develop new, positive self-beliefs.

You shouldn’t have to wait any longer to feel better. If you’re ready to jump in, take that first step, and make some real changes, I can help you.


Please feel free to reach out to me and schedule an appointment. I am really looking forward to meeting you.




When we are self-compassionate we’re kind to ourselves rather than harshly self-critical, or to put it more simply, we treat ourselves in the same way we would treat a good friend.

                     – Dr. Kristin Neff