Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies, University of Utah, 2010
Bachelor of Science in Communication, University of Utah, 2010
Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Westminster College in 2016
to process the human experience, and the wide range of ways that experience shows up in their lives, is a vital piece of my work as a clinician. I wholeheartedly believe that it is in the self realization and the inner work of our experiences from childhood through adulthood, that we can heal, mend and grow as we learn to embrace, trust and respect the versions of our truest selves. Trained in psychodynamic, object-relations, attachment theory, family systems and cognitive behavioral therapy, I work from an eclectic theoretical approach which I feel contributes to a versatile framework, from which I am able to meet the needs of each client I work with. I have had the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, adults and couples. With extensive training and experience working with trauma, substance abuse, anxiety and depressive disorders.