In my private practice, I specialize in psychotherapy with adults, couples, and families focusing on but not limited to marriage and family therapy, anxiety, depression, communication, stress management and more.
I also love working with tweens, teens, and young emerging adults. We focus on developing autonomy and independence, building self esteem and confidence, and working on managing stress, anxiety, depression, and many other emotions that may come along during this pivotal time in their lives.
While many therapists remain passive, I take pride in taking an active role throughout the therapeutic process, joining in and collaborating with my clients rather than being a quiet participant. I believe that direct feedback is an essential component in helping facilitate change in a safe environment, while still honoring and respecting every client’s boundaries.
If you’re not sure of exactly what you need or want to talk more about how we might work together, contact me today for a FREE consultation.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Family and Human Development, Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University. My graduate work was completed at California Lutheran University where I completed a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I have worked in clinics and private practices which have developed my skills as a therapist. My supervision with 4 different supervisors during that time exposed me to a variety of interventions and models of treatment. I constantly challenge myself to continue to grow and expand as a therapist.
I incorporate a variety of therapeutic models that are solution focused and evidence-based such as cognitive behavior therapy as well as being integrative and holistic with my approach. My specific model for treatment depends on the needs and goals of the client.
When inquiring, please refer to these procedure codes:
For individuals – procedure code 90834 – “individual psychotherapy”
For couples/families – procedure code 90847 – “family psychotherapy”
Please keep in mind that all insurance companies will require a mental health diagnosis in order to process your claim. This information stays on your medical record and your other providers may have access to it. Flexible Spending Accounts, Medical Savings Accounts and Health Savings Accounts plans do not usually require a diagnosis.
If medication is required, your treatment will be coordinated with a qualified psychiatrist or psychopharmacologist.