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For seventeen years, I have successfully worked with couples and individuals to rebuild relationships and make changes that result in peace and hope. I help my clients work through anxiety/depression, codependency, conflict and disconnection, infidelity and other issues that challenge relationships, self-worth and identity. I teach practical skills to help clients maximize their individual and relational strengths. I provide a kind and supportive environment for adults who are working through life's transitions, at any age. 


My goal as a therapist is to help you find lasting solutions to your struggles, so you can build the life you want with the people you love. I strive to help clients build the relationships they want by providing support and insight from my education and experience as a practitioner, as well as my personal history.

My job begins by creating a safe space where clients can feel comfortable sharing difficult and vulnerable aspects of themselves they don't feel they can share with others. Working with each client at their personal pace, allows us to uncover the reasons they are experiencing discomfort. Together, we forge a future with improved self-awareness, better communication, reconnection with loved ones and new skills to manage what is to come.

My past professional experience in the high-tech industry gives me a unique understanding of the pressure associated with demanding careers, achievement-oriented anxiety and high-stress work environments with lofty expectations. I understand the impact and influence these jobs can have on those who work in tech and other challenging industries, as well as the effects on their loved ones. 

I have a Bachelor's Degree from Texas A&M University and a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Houston. I have been practicing for 17 years and hold current and active credentials to practice in California (Lic#93561), Oregon (Lic#T2243) and Texas (Lic#201240). I am also a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists and Psychology Today.

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