Therapy that incorporates the mind, body, and soul.

Rooted in empirically based techniques and modalities. 




Beginning individual therapy is a courageous first step and I am honored to be a part of your journey. I believe therapy is a collaborative process that requires the attention and work of both the therapist and the client. As your therapist I will walk besides you as we explore your symptoms and how they are interfering with the lifestyle you desire.



Whether you are in a new relationship or have been married for many years, couples therapy can heighten the way you experience yourself and your partner within your relationship. Learn how to communicate your needs and desires in a supportive environment and transform your relationship to a new level of joy and ease.



Do you long for closer relationships with your children? Has your marriage taken a toll on the family dynamic? Families are as strong as the relationships within them and life transitions can create obstacles that prevent family unity. Whether your children are of school age or grown adults, learning how to peacefully parent, communicate, and love one another can have a profound impact on a family.


Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Seattle Pacific University 2013

Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology, Azusa Pacific University 2016

Clinical Traineeship, Santa Anita Family Services 2015

Clinical Internship, Evolve Residential Treatment Centers 2016

Clinical Internship, Rosewood Center for Eating Disorders 2016- Present


UCLA MAPS (Mindfulness Awareness Practices) Level 1 Certificate

Mindful Self-Compassion Intensive Training (Expected December 2017)



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