It is my privilege to walk alongside individuals who are going through struggle and brokenness and to join them in the pursuit of healing and growth. I believe that people are capable of great change and growth, and at times, change and growth is difficult to navigate alone. My approach to counseling explores themes of attachment and relational wounds that inform a person’s present position in life and in relation to others. With gentleness, trust, and empathy I aim to foster a secure relationship that invites vulnerability and encourages the confidence to explore maladaptive patterns. My goal is to help reveal resources, understanding and compassion to areas of dysfunction.
Counseling functions as a relationship and is most effective when safety and security are cultivated. My goal is to offer a relationship unique to your personal goals of healing and change. I welcome the opportunity to get to know you and be a part of your life journey.
I am eager to work with any individual in which the counseling relationship is a good fit. I have found my strengths to be in working with relational conflicts, attachment injuries, histories of trauma, anxiety and depression. I have a MS in Mental Health Counseling from Montana State University. I am currently working towards my clinical counseling license, under the supervision of Rachael Dunkel, MS, LCPC, LAC, NBCC.