My work as a therapist is to foster a space that is authentic and safe enough for you to discuss the narrative of your life. Together we will tend to the parts of your story that feel troublesome and work toward a deepening experience of freedom, connection, and joy.
In therapy, we will explore the nature of your individual concerns within the context of your narrative, which may include important relationships, your past experiences, and the societal systems that have impacted you. My goal will be to address your concerns, listen to your story, and work with you to co-create solutions for recovery.
Since moving to Seattle from the Deep South, I've dedicated much of my personal and academic work to studying trauma and its effect on our minds and bodies. I completed my Master’s in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Prior to starting my own practice, I spent three years working with Seattle Counseling Service, an agency centered around LGBTQ+ mental health care.
If you resonate with any part of my approach and would like to explore the possibility of working together, I'd love to hear from you. I offer a free 15 minute consultation for new clients to discuss your goals and ask questions to see if we're a good fit.