I'm passionate about working with millennial women struggling with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, or difficulty adjusting to life transitions.
I help those who lack joy every day to find happiness and those who can't stop worrying about managing their anxiety.
I'm genuine (an excellent way of saying I'm direct) —they always know I am saying what I am thinking. But I am also relatable and compassionate, and most of my clients find they can open up quickly. I pride myself on being authentic with my clients, and I've noticed this is the key to making my clients feel comfortable instantly.
I help you live the life you want by identifying and changing unhealthy thinking patterns and behaviors. By utilizing unique and creative methods, I'll teach you the skills you need to be the best you possible!
I have a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Southern Illinois University (Edwardsville) and a master's degree from McKendree University. I have ten years of clinical experience and training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
All the education in the world doesn’t mean anything if you can’t relate to your clients.
Though the therapy process can be challenging, I believe it should be enjoyable and fun.
Say what you want, how you want to say it. I'm a creative and active therapist with a slightly informal style. You'll find that I am supportive and empathetic, mixed with a dash of wit and a side of humor. I saved you a seat on the couch! Take off your shoes, kick up your feet, get comfy, and let the process begin!!
Less is more. A therapist should be great in a few areas than "okay" in all areas.
My expertise is in counseling young adults ('20-the '30s) with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and problems with life transitions.
Therapy is about change, and change is not easy.
My clients are motivated to make changes to improve their mental well-being and recognize the time and financial commitment needed to be successful in therapy.
Are you ready to start changing your life? Request an appointment.I'M READY!