I believe we all have the capacity to grow, learn, and change, and have innate strengths to draw upon. An essential part of my continued healing and growth through my own struggles and pain has been seeking counseling. I began counseling when I was a teenager, and it laid the foundation for the passion I feel for this process.
I find significant meaning in connecting with people, truly listening to their experiences, and helping to work through challenges. As a counselor, I strive to help you strengthen your emotional well-being. Sometimes sessions can be painful, and other times they can be filled with joy and laughter when appropriate. Wherever you are in your journey, I would be honored to be alongside you. You are not alone.
Professional Training & Credentials
Nationally Certified Counselor, 2018
Master of Arts, Counseling, Regis University, 2018
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training, Axis Yoga, 2014
Bachelor of Arts, Social Work, Colorado State University, 2004
After completing my Bachelor’s in Social Work, I worked as case manager for adults and children with disabilities at North Metro Community Services. After four years of working in this role, I wanted to professionally challenge myself, and moved to England for three years to work as a Social Worker.
When I came back to the United States, I completed my yoga teacher training and taught classes for adults and kids. In addition to teaching yoga, I also worked as an Enrollment Specialist for Big Brothers Big Sisters, where I did in-depth interviews with potential volunteers. One of my favorite aspects of this job was having the opportunity to connect with people 1:1 on a personal level, which emphasized my desire to become a counselor.
I completed my Master's in Counseling from Regis University in 2018. During my clinical placement year in graduate school, I received training at the Eating Disorder Foundation and People House. Currently, I provide individual counseling at People House and am grateful to be a part of such an amazing community.