For the last 20 years, I have been working with kids and their families in some capacity. I first thought that I wanted to be a teacher, and while I loved teaching as well as being a nanny, it never felt totally right. I wanted to work intimately with families and help them one on one reach their goals. That’s when it became clear to me that being a therapist was the best option. Since graduating in 2013, I have worked in Community Mental Health, worked with the kids impacted by the Oso Mud Slide, provided school based therapy services and worked in private practice.
In my free time I enjoy sailing with friends and family, dancing, CrossFit, knitting and spending time at the dog park with my Pug/Beagle Mix, Ollie.
Antioch University, Seattle
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
American Association for Play Therapists
Washington Association for Play Therapists
Family Systems Therapists Northwest
Ingersoll Gender Center