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Personal Statement

“We…have focused so much on exuberant beginnings and victorious endings that we’ve forgotten about the slow, sometimes torturous unraveling of God’s grace that takes place in the ‘middle places,’” says Sue Monk Kidd. The middle can be a place where we get stuck or feel trapped and helpless, lose hope, realize we’re not following our longings, but someone else’s, and more. We can become tangled in harmful patterns, anxiousness, despair, or overwhelm. My experience of the middle places fuels my passion for meeting others in theirs and walking alongside them. 

It would be my honor to walk beside you as you journey toward wholeness. I have great hope for you.

Who I Serve

I work with high school teens and adults of all ages, individually or as couples, families, or groups.

Specialty Treatment Areas

  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Spiritual concerns
  • Parenting issues in every age and stage
  • ADHD/Executive function deficits
  • Life stage transitions

Additional Treatment Areas

  • Grief & loss
  • Career planning and transitions

Theoretical Approach

Quality counseling relationships begin with deeply listening to your story, then collaboratively building a plan based on your unique wiring and the issues being tackled. 

A few of the theories that influence my approach are Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Emotionally and Emotion Focused Therapies.

Insurance Networks

  • Private pay
  • Aetna
  • Cigna (Evernorth)
  • TriCare


  • MA in Mental Health Counseling, Trinity International University (May 2024)
  • Bachelor of Social Work, Aurora University


  • American Counseling Association