I became a therapist because of the gift that my own therapy journey gave me- a chance to live life as my Self. My therapists guided me out of my darkest times and I hope to provide that same experience of hope and trust. My background includes specializing in Natural Horsemanship. An approach that focuses on mindfulness, body language, and emotional regulation to develop a relationship with the horse, based on mutual trust and respect. I worked with Veterans and First Responders, individuals struggling with eating disorders, addiction, mood disorders, and trauma. I also worked and continue to advocate for a homeless shelter in my community. I work to be an ally of the Native American community of Northern Arizona and challenge the narrative around social justice and mental health.