Whether this is your first time considering therapy, or you are ready to embark on the journey again, I am honored you are stopping by. Maybe you are here because you aren’t sure what to do, you are looking for support in coping, someone made a suggestion, or you are finding yourself in some not-so-helpful habits—no matter what the reason, what a great and sometimes scary step to take! I am here to meet you where you are and to offer a warm and honest space of safety.
The way I work in session is relational and trauma-informed. You will find I am patient and value learning from your expertise of yourself. I draw from cognitive behavioral and mindfulness interventions and am practiced in supporting clients who experience anxiety, depression, relationship conflict, life and career transitions, and the impact of a challenging childhood.
You may be thinking—okay, I relate, but who are you?
I worked in residential treatment for a few years and since then have been working in the education realm as a social worker. I have been in Austin for six years and moved from a small town in Wyoming to attend grad school. I find my peace in nature and really enjoy mountains and hiking. When these are not around, curling up with a good book and my dog Winston keeps me grounded. I also enjoy spending time with friends and family.
I am excited for you and hope that you find what you are looking for! If you are interested in working with me, or just asking more questions to test the fit, you can reach me by phone at 512/201-4501, ext. 210, or by filling out an online request form.