Associate Psychotherapist @ Flourish! Psychotherapy + Nutrition
My work focuses on walking alongside adult survivors of childhood abuse, domestic/sexual violence, and couples/families experiencing conflictual relationships. I have great capacity for holding space, hope, and joy during stressful seasons. I’m not scared of what you’re experiencing and I’ll be there to gently encourage the innate desire to heal that brought you to this work. We are walking the resilient path and I believe in your ability to change and heal. It’s vital that you are the author of your own healing.
I am not here fix nor judge you. I am here to create and hold space for you. I am here to assist you in connecting with yourself, releasing what you no longer want to carry, and tapping into your innate capacity to heal and change your life.
My approach includes mindfulness, somatic therapy, attachment theory, polyvagal theory, and IFS (Internal Family Systems) perspectives and sometimes use other processing methods to stimulate change such as ETT, movement, sound and art. I hold a M.A. in Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary (with honors) as well as Ph.D. in Medical Geography (a multidisciplinary field at the cross-section of socioe-environment, public health, and epidemiology) from Texas A&M and am supervised by Dr. Linda Marten, LPC-S.