Washington University in St. Louis
- Anxiety and stress management
- Student athletes
- Family of origin concerns
- Social justice
- Social & emotional development
- Outreach and prevention
Approach to Therapy:
My approach to therapy is a collaborative and exploratory process between myself and each person I work with. Grounded in a psychodynamic framework while incorporating behavioral, mindfulness, and motivational techniques, I strive to meet each person where they are by using an empathic, culturally humble, and strengths-based approach. Through this process, my aim is to help people uncover and discuss issues that hinder living life in accordance with their values and goals, and, in turn, help them find ways to do so.
Approach to Wellness:
I believe that physical and mental wellness are inextricably linked, and both are vital parts of my day-to-day life. I enjoy all things outdoors, from running, to camping, to floating down the Huron River. I find mindfulness, even in its subtlest forms, to be rejuvenating and helpful in finding joy in the small things in life that are often taken for granted. I love being with and learning from people, their stories, cultures, and life experiences.