Past experiences shape and frame the lens in which we view the world. I believe everyone has what it takes to find joy, peace, and self-compassion in their lives through vulnerability and connection. Sometimes it takes a reframing of perspectives to find one’s true self. After working through my own trials, I discovered that I wanted to help others’ work through their own journey and decided to become a therapist. I found a love for listening to others and trying to understand how their stories have shaped their lens. I enjoy connecting with people by encouraging them to explore new ways to find joy within themselves and their relationships.
- Student, Master of Social Work, University of Southern California
- Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, University of South Alabama
Substance Abuse * Body Image * Eating Disorders * Women’s Issues * Anxiety and Depression * Trauma * Adolescents * Young Adults * Children * Self-Esteem * Family Therapy * Individual Therapy