Relationships define my life. Building love, trust, and connection with others is what makes my life meaningful and important.
Being a young parent and partner is what defines my life each day and why my Online Therapy practice focuses on helping young couples and parents navigate these relationships. I understand and appreciate, firsthand, the challenges couples and parents face and offer convenient support.
In 2004 I earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology, in 2010 a Masters degree in Social Work, and in 2018 a Doctorate in Education. At the same time as I earned these academic degrees I went through break-ups and make-ups with romantic partners, moved across the country and traveled internationally, backpacked through national parks, climbed technical mountains, and worked in residential treatment centers, school, and community mental health centers. In real life settings and experiences, just as much as in class, I spent time learning all about people and relationships so that I could be an impactful and trusted therapist.
Since 2017 I have exclusively focused my practice on working with couples and young parents because I see the need that people have for help. We are not given a roadmap to navigate relationships and parenting. Now more than ever, we are navigating dating apps, social media, increased anxiety, infidelity, pressure from friends and family, and isolation in closed-off communities. Online therapy provides a convenient opportunity to get expert help and support so that your relationship can grow stronger over time.