My desire is to help my clients live more satisfying lives. For some clients, that process focuses on learning to manage symptoms or problems that get in the way too often. Other clients may be interested in knowing more about themselves, thinking through aspects of their identity, or examining common patterns in their past relationships. Whatever a client might want to focus on, I am happy to work with them to find individualized solutions or treatments that can help them grow.
I particularly enjoy working with university students, individuals who identify as LGBTQIA, and clients who are struggling with various aspects of religion or spirituality. I have a good deal of experience integrating religious components into clinical treatment; if this is something you are interested in, please mention it to me at intake.
In 2014, I received my M.A. in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology, located in southern California. I trained in both therapy and assessment at university counseling centers, community mental health centers, and hospitals. I am currently a Mental Health Counselor Associate in Washington state. I moved to eastern Washington in 2019 with my husband and our two cats. In my spare time, I enjoy cycling, cooking, video games, and table-top role playing games.