Why do I love my work
as a therapist?
Because I have seen hope
where all hope seemed
I have witnessed how courageous individuals
seemingly insurmountable challenges.
I have seen severely damaged
And I have witnessed how
families can access their own resources and strengths
to overcome seemingly impossible challenges.
And I get to play a part in
helping these courageous people renew hope, overcome insurmountable challenges,
refresh damaged relationships, and access their own resources and strengths.
There is always hope.
I would love to join you
and your family in renewing hope, overcoming challenges, and building upon your
I am passionate about
the work that I am honored to do
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I greatly value the
opportunity to provide care and support for individuals, couples, and families
as they work to navigate life’s challenges.
In my work, I draw on personal
as a wife, a mother, a
twice-deployed veteran of the Army National Guard, a pastor’s daughter, a
sister to 3 brothers, and a committed friend.
Professionally, I have
provided care for people facing the following kinds of concerns: depression, anxiety,
trauma experiences (PTSD), abuse, relationship problems, conflict resolution,
difficulty managing life stressors, employment challenges, military family
, and spiritual
I also have
experience with a range of problems that are not listed, and I am happy to work
with clients in other areas.
I specialize in
providing therapy to
of sexual, physical, and emotional abuse
experiencing low self-esteem, anxiety, suicidal thinking, depression, or facing difficulties with their families
*People coping with trauma
or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Women working to find
and direction between college/career and
, veterans, and their families