I have been providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families since 2005. I enjoy helping people make the best out of difficult situations. Many of the individuals I have had the pleasure to work with have experienced a trauma that has changed their life drastically, and we work in therapy to accept change and transition to a new way of living. I use solution-focused therapy and structural family therapy to help couples and families increase positive interactions and develop skills that help them handle life transitions more smoothly. Cancer is a life-changing event that not only impacts the survivor, but also family, friends and loved ones. I believe it is important that everyone impacted by the diagnosis has the opportunity to heal and grow. I hope to provide support and guidance to individuals and families as they adjust to the changes and challenges that occur during and after a loved one is diagnosed with cancer.
- Bachelors of Science in Community Counseling w/ Minor in Child and Family Studies, St. Cloud State University 2002
- Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and Community Counseling, St. Cloud University, 2005
Years in Practice: 10+