I believe that everyone has a story. I have a curiosity and a passion for getting to know people and their stories. When I was in undergraduate school, I studied journalism and photojournalism with the intention of empowering people and communities through visual and written storytelling. Eventually, that work inspired my decision to get my Master of Social Work (MSW) at the University of Denver and later blossomed into what I love doing today — working with people in therapy.

As your therapist, my goal is to non-judgmentally listen to you and use therapeutic tools and modalities to support you in exploring or re-framing your narrative. Together, we can identify patterns and behaviors that are not working for you and imagine and work on skills to bring about change and your more perfected story.

I was a Mental Mental Health Navigator at the FIRC for three years and am now I work as the Summit County School District Social Worker. I am passionate about working in our beautiful and resilient mountain community. I completed a 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) program with the goal of bringing yoga to people and communities that typically do not have access to yoga and learning more about the mind body connection, mindfulness practices, and how to incorporate these important things into therapy. I believe that therapy is not a “one-size” fits all and I promise to get curious and creative about what works for you.

I am in the process of completing my Licensed in Addiction Counseling (LAC) and I am interested in working with people with trauma, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, and addiction.