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“Art is a wound turned into light.”  Georges Braque 

Since 2013, I’ve helped my clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in life. 

I have experience working with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, sexual abuse, shame, self-esteem issues, relationship issues such as partner betrayal, narcissistic abuse, spiritual abuse, grief and loss.  I specialize in women's issues, life transitions, trauma, PTSD utilizing expressive arts with an integrated approach addressing mind, body, & spirit. 

When asking for help, we need to be treated non-judgmentally. We all need support to overcome life's challenges. Moreover, we all need someone that listens compassionately and empathetically. I respect my clients and their unique backgrounds, recognizing that people come from many different ethnic, religious, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Academic Qualifications


Associate of Science in Radiology (Jackson Community College) 2005

Master of Science in Management (Grace College) 2015 

Master of Art in Counseling (Townsend Institute, Concordia University-Irvine) 2018


Further Training:

Art Therapy Interventions

Expressive Arts Therapy

Polyvagal Theory & Intervention




Attachment Theory

Somatic Therapy

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Emotionally Focused Therapy

Integrative Nutrition & Mental Health

Since 2004 I have worked within the medical and mental health fields; I have served clients in hospital, clinic, community mental health and private practice settings.

You can learn more on my Psychology Today profile