I believe all people are impacted by their environment, culture, experiences, and belief system, and that our goals, challenges, and successes are all connected to these facets of life. I have been trained from a family-systems perspective, which means that I often incorporate a variety of approaches including attachment theory, motivational interviewing, family systems theory, narrative therapy, and multiculturalism. We will openly discuss the type of treatment that best meets your needs. 

As a therapist, I see my role as a collaborative facilitator of change. I recognize the unique challenges of each individual and system and seek to integrate emotions, thoughts, and actions to enable fuller, happier lives. I seek to join with you in a respectful way that acknowledges your own wisdom in a supportive environment.


Institute for Sexuality Education & Enlightenment 2018 

M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy                      

University of New Hampshire                                    2012

B.A. Anthropology                                                          

University of New Hampshire                                    2009


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Certified in Promoting First Relationships

Certified Sex Therapist through AASECT

When things are really dismal, you can laugh, or you can cave in completely.
— Margaret Atwood