Current Doctoral Candidate in Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program at Auburn University
B.S. in Outdoor Education and Psychology
My work is grounded in an integrative person-centered approach, which means that I work collaboratively with clients, serving as a guide or partner to help them meet their goals. I adapt my techniques and approaches based on each client's needs, goals, and preferences. Although I may present options or ideas to try, I believe strongly in clients' autonomy and encourage them to make their own choices in therapy. My conceptualizations of each client are strongly influenced by interpersonal process approach, emotion-focused therapy, and attachment, and all of my work is done through a multicultural lens, as I aim to honor the intersecting cultural identities of each client.
My Pronouns: she, her, hers