I’m currently a post-master’s counselor with a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Play Therapy. My interest in psychology began when I had my first psychology class my senior year of high school. I then went on to college thinking I wanted to be a Physical Therapist, then an Occupational Therapist, and then I finally realized I just wanted to talk to people. This self-discovery lead me to changing my major and developed my passion for counseling.
I’m here to sit with you in the ~stuff~ and work towards getting you back to the you that you want to be. I’m all about body positivity, improving self-esteem, creating self-care, and implementing boundaries for not only you, but also all the people in your life. My goal with others is to inspire, empower, and encourage. I am most interested in working with those with trauma, eating disorders, relationship problems, and self-esteem issues. I’ve been trained to treat and work with people across the lifespan and a spectrum of disorders. I’m passionate about giving clients the strength to love their mind, body, and soul. I use a humanistic approach to let the client be the author of their own life, while implementing other approaches.
When I’m not working, I am typically at a local dog park, watching Netflix/Hulu or basketball, or trying a new Pinterest recipe.
Master in Mental Health Counseling
Bachelor of Science in Psychological Science
Minors in Psychology of Human Development and Interpersonal Relations
Ball State University – Muncie, IN
Assessing and Managing Suicidal Risk
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy