My passion is helping and empowering women to become the best authentic version of themselves by using modalities appropriate to address the client's life circumstances. I am committed to incorporating an internalized oppression framework into my practice to uphold an anti-oppressive environment.
My approach to therapy is client-centered and collaborative, drawing from various theoretical orientations best suited for the client. I strive to work collectively with my clients, which involves the client making decisions about the focus and direction of their treatment. I believe this type of relationship between the client and therapist offers a powerful opportunity for exploration in healing and growth for the client to find their path forward.
I am a master's level student at Capella University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Before Capella, I earned my bachelor's degree in psychology from Saint Leo University in Ocala, Florida. I currently hold memberships in the following association: American Counseling Association (ACA), Colorado Counseling Association (CCA), Postpartum Support International/Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for People of Color (PMHA-POC,) and Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD).