I am a Post-Doctoral resident with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I also have a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology and I completed an internship at Arizona State Hospital. My experience has included individual and group therapy with individuals who suffer from serious mental illness, personality disorders, sexual offending behaviors, addiction, and dual diagnoses.
I believe in creating a safe environment to support clients in their journey toward improving their quality of life and reaching their desired goals. I value a collaborative and individualized approach to treatment while being heavily influenced by a humanistic approach. I strive to help individuals achieve their potential by developing a stronger, healthier sense of self while increasing awareness and understanding of their emotional experiences. I believe each person has the ability to find wisdom, growth, healing, and fulfillment within themselves.
I enjoy working with individuals presenting with sexual deviancies, survivors of sexual abuse, sexual health concerns, women’s issues, LGBTQ issues, trauma, infidelity, relationship issues, and life transitions.
As a Post-Doctoral Resident, I am currently under the supervision of Marcus Earle, Ph.D., LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB.