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Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome.

- Brené Brown


What I Do

What I do is a pretty big question to answer! The technical answer is that I do a mixture of Experiential and Narrative therapy and practice it all through an intersectional and systemic feminist lens.

The less technical answer is that I like to work with all of the feelings! I encourage my clients to acknowledge and sit with their feelings in a non-judgmental way. I work together with them to adjust the way they view and speak to themselves so they can feel empowered to make choices in their life that work best for them. I like to consider not only a client's individual experience but also how the environment they grew up in and the people around them have impacted their experiences. My biggest goal in doing all of this is to promote client autonomy and client self-acceptance.


I'm a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern in Las Vegas, Nevada. I personally enjoy astrology, video games, and cartoons but professionally I enjoy cultivating a genuine and humorous environment for individuals, partnerships, and families to come together and make the unspoken outspoken. All of this is to say that I enjoy communication, a lot and I hope to work with my clients to provide the space for them to speak their authentic truths and gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their loved ones.

Social Justice Statement

The reality is that there are a lot of communities that were never considered in the foundations of mental health work. Because of this, therapists have a lot of catching up to do in terms of making sure we provide universally competent care to all people.

In my practice I strive to deconstruct systemic oppression in as many ways as possible. While I recognize that I have expert knowledge in the space, I view my clients as experts in their experience and my role in their life is to share the knowledge I've been provided to give clients the tools they need to succeed, even if that means pulling back the curtain on how therapy works from time to time.

I recognize that clients have a life that exists outside of my office, so unfortunately they may experience systemic injustice such as racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, classism and any number of issues that I may not personally face. There is real research into the toxic effects this oppression has on mental health and I believe that I am perpetuating said injustice if I do not acknowledge these experiences with my clients. So I encourage my clients, to their comfort, to express these feelings and correct me should I make a mistake. Just like I ask my clients to be brave with me I wish to be brave with them.

Allied Communities

In relation to my social justice statement above I wanted to state transparently that I am a queer and queer allied therapist. I am comfortable working with clients from all facets of the LGBTQIA + Community. I am also kink and poly friendly and I strive to provide culturally competent and anti-racist care to my clients.

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