Washington University in St. Louis
- Anxiety and stress management
- Student athletes
- Family of origin concerns
- Social justice
- Outreach and prevention work
- Peer support
Approach to Therapy:
I approach therapy in a collaborative, clinically integrative way to work toward meeting each student where they are. I primarily draw from psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral modalities within a framework that is client centered, multicultural, and empowerment focused.
Approach to Wellness:
I enjoy all things outdoors, from running, to camping, to floating down the Huron RIver. My wellness also revolves around time with famly and friends, music, board games, and writing.
As a supervisor, my primary objective is to help cultivate a safe, trusting supervisory relationship. I provide supervision in a collaborative, developmental, empowerment-focused style. Woven into this style is a consistent exploration of identity, power and privilege, and multiculturalism, not just in relation to the clinical work but also within the supervisory relationship itself. I deeply value supervision, and through this work I enjoy helping to facilitate growth, as well as learning and growing from those I supervise.