Life is full of possibilities and opportunities for us to find meaning and become aware of what can be done in each unique situation we find ourselves in. Giving meaning to our future rather than dwelling in our past can be an experience full of hope and expectation, even in the most
challenging moments. As Nietzsche said, “He who has a why to live for can
bear with almost any how.”
My personal experiences, as well as those I observed from others, made me realize that to thrive – much more than merely survive- we must have a why. My motives are likely different than yours; nonetheless, we both must have a reason to continue moving forward. I want to meet you where you are now, help you overcome the past, and sort out your intentions for the
The desire to help others through psychotherapy was born in my heart around 2013. As a Christian, I felt like God called me to this profession. I wanted to be a part of His work and witness His transformational power in people’s lives through therapy.
As a part of my preparation to work in the Counseling field, I went to school for three years and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, with honors with distinctions, receiving an award for clinical skills excellence. I have worked with clients of different genders, ages, and backgrounds, individuals, groups, couples, and families.
When it comes to modalities, I was trained to use different approaches according to the client’s needs. Among the different treatment possibilities, I have a special passion for Logotherapy, which is based on the premise that we, as human beings, are motivated by the search for our life’s purpose.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, which focuses on reframing negative thoughts and beliefs, is also another tenant I like to use. But again, the need dictate the approach.
I currently offer both telehealth and in-person sessions and would love to walk alongside you in your healing journey to help you become the person you want to be.