I attended Antioch University Seattle for my Master Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. I completed a clinical internship at Valley Cities Community Mental Health Clinic as part of the older adult services team and worked with individuals, couples, and families in the clinic. I have also worked in skilled nursing care, assisted living, and facilitated grief and loss groups.
My passion for working with adult children and their parents in end-of-life care situations has been useful for sandwich generation clients.
In order to better serve clients facing death and dying concerns, I received my CT (Certified in Thanatology) designation in 2017 from the Association of Death Education and Counseling.
In order to best fit your unique needs, I utilize an integrative approach that carefully and thoughtfully selects from several models: Existential therapy, Experiential therapy, Humanistic psychology, Systems theory, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, and Feminist theory.