Registered LCDC Intern, MA(MFT), CHT, GCS, RYT
Specifically areas of focus are self identity, recovery, family grief, depression and mourning, existential crises,
, aging, bereavement, chronic loss; culture and legacy; family caregiving stress, single parents, blended family units, and elderly concerns.
Hello there, I am a PhD candidate in family therapy at Texas Woman's University, and hold a master's degree in marriage and family therapy (summa cum laude). I seek to help clients connect with a deeper meaning, while inwardly and externally resolving conflict, instability; such as coming to terms with loss and disappointment; and aspects of life out of direct control. I implement existential, and insight-oriented modalities, hypnotherapy, and wellness services. I am an experienced, insight-oriented meditation practitioner of over 10 years. I embrace client spiritual beliefs and culture in session.