Offering support for:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Grief + Loss

  • Transitions in life 

  • Stress + Overwhelm 

While these are some of the common reasons women seek therapy, many come to have a designated space to talk. Starting therapy does not require a mental health diagnosis, a major life event, or "hitting rock bottom”. Mental health struggles typically come in waves and are often related to life circumstances. However, there are ways we can work together through exploring thoughts and feelings and developing healthy coping strategies to create your own inner peace despite your circumstances. 

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  • Trauma

  • Motherhood

  • Fertility struggles  

  • Relationships 

  • Self-esteem

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My approach

My approach to therapy is client-centered and strength-based. I utilize multiple evidenced-based practices, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), to best serve the unique needs of each client. 

In my office you will find a welcoming, non-judgmental space where your experience will be heard. With each session, we will work on getting to the root of the problem, connecting themes within ways we think and feel, and making a plan for a new normal so you can be more present and grounded in your day to day life. My goal is that you will leave sessions feeling understood, supported, and more at ease.

 

Education + Training 

  • Communication Sciences + Psychology, B.S., University of South Dakota 

  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A., University of Northern Colorado

  • Eye-Movement Desensitization + Reprocessing 

  • Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care 

  • Advanced Perinatal Psychotherapy

  • Perinatal Loss + Grief