“After receiving the help I needed from some wonderful counselors as a teen and taking a course in psychology and human development my senior year of high school, I was in love with the counseling profession. I continued to increase my knowledge of the subject when I moved to Denver from a small town in Maine to obtain a degree in psychology from the University of Denver. I am now getting my Masters in Counseling at Regis University, a degree which is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program. At Regis, I have completed courses in ethics, diagnosis and treatment planning, multicultural competence, assessments, research methods, groups, spirituality, counseling adolescents, and practicum.
I meet my clients with empathy and unconditional positive regard and the belief that every individual deserves to be heard and listened to with respect and warmth. My approach is relational, compassionate, and full of the desire to help you heal and become the happy and fulfilled individual you deserve to be. I enjoy utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy techniques to tailor your therapeutic experience and help you achieve your goals.
Outside of therapy, I love spending time with my dogs and cat, reading, baking, and spending time with friends and family. ”