Ph.D. Candidate in Counseling Psychology, Louisiana Tech University
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology Emporia State University
My interests include social justice and multiculturalism including (but not limited to): trauma survivors, LGBTQ+ related topics, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, first generation college students, and issues relating to social class and SES.
Approach to Therapy
Fostering a strong relationship is the foundation of my therapeutic work, along with the belief that each person with whom I work is the expert of their own life. I meet people where they are and I believe that growth and change occurs within the context of a safe, authentic, and trusting environment.
Approach to Supervision
Although my experiences with supervision are limited, I try to focus on the needs of my supervisees and, depending on those needs, will shift between the roles of teacher, counselor, and consultant.
Approach to Wellness
I like to read, travel, spend time with my family and friends, go on bike rides, and am hoping to adopt a dog or puppy soon!
Exploring Gainesville, going to public libraries, and meeting new people.