As a person of bi-racial identity (Dakota Sioux and western European lineage) I have a perspective that informs my ability to address concerns for BIPOC populations (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) such as: racism, marginalization, identity and historical trauma.
I have nine years experience working in the following settings: private practice, community mental health centers and therapeutic specialty courts. I have worked with clients regarding depression, anxiety, complex trauma, self-esteem issues, psychotic disorders, women’s concerns, relationship/family problems, life transitions, and
I favor holistic, humanistic and psychodynamic approaches with emphasis on Attachment Theory, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness and Creative Arts therapies.
I enjoy collaborating with the unique qualities each individual brings to therapy and create an environment that is safe and conducive to deep reflection and positive change.