I am a Tarleton State University alum where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. In 2014, I earned a Masters of Education in School Counseling from Lamar University. I am currently a master’s level intern with Lamar University, supervised by Dr. John Skinner. I have a strengths-based approach to life personally and professionally. As a therapist, I want you to be in the driver’s seat and work with your own strengths to heal and grow. I work with people, like you, who may experience anxiety, depression, or difficult life transitions. I enjoy working with teens, young adults, college students, adults and educators. I have experience using Solution-Focused Brief Therapy methods and a Person-Centered approach with people experiencing anxiety, depression, or problems with self awareness, self management, social awareness and relationship skills. In our time together, one of the most important parts of our therapeutic relationship will be rooted in genuine regard, empathy, and connection. I believe everyone has the ability to change. It is important in life to evolve and grow throughout your experiences and that includes adjusting and improving how you engage with others and yourself. In counseling, we will work together to identify areas of growth and improvement. I believe I can journey with people to help discover clarity and confidence within yourself, improving your life and to heal forward.