Nice to meet you,
Is life a little overwhelming right now? You deserve to be heard in a non-judgmental environment, regardless of your life journey and the issues that you're currently facing. Despite what challenge it is that you're experiencing, there's a road map to improving your life satisfaction. Counseling can provide a space for each individual to self-navigate current life situations. You'll also learn coping skills for when future stressors arise. I offer Christian counseling as an option for those interested, but I love working with people from all walks of life.
I'm a Limited License Professional Counselor in Michigan. I specialize in addictions, including alcohol and substance use. Besides a strong focus on client centered healing, I've received specific trainings in depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and sport psychology.
Seeking counseling is a huge first step that I applaud you for. I'll provide a safe space for self-regulation and improvement. We can accomplish this together by designing a plan to help you reach your individual goals. My counseling style resonates well with adolescents and young adults, and I'm honored to hear each of my client's life stories.
Michigan State University Bachelors in Psychology
Capella University Masters in Psychology
Western Michigan University Masters in Counseling
Anxiety | Depression | Eating Disorders
More About Me
What's the most exciting thing about being a therapist?
"It is so exciting to see my clients grow as individuals and meet the goals that they have set for themselves because of the work that they do in and out of session."
What’s something you’re proud of?
"I am proud of all my accomplishments that I have achieved thus far in my life which have led me to the position that I am in today to help individuals in my community."
What’s your favorite thing to do on the weekends?
"I love filling my weekends with fun activities like exploring new things to do in GR and eating good food. I also enjoy spending time with my husband, family, friends & cats!"
Which one do you prefer: Michigander or Michiganian?