My great joy is to facilitate healing in body, mind, and spirit. I use a varied approach to suit your needs and circumstances. Difficult life events such as a relationship breakup, divorce, addictions, and depression demand that we learn new coping skills. Understanding your world is my focus. We work to transform your life stressors into growth opportunities, a challenge I meet willingly. With trust, all is achievable.
Cognitive-behavioral tools, calming body/mind processes, and positive bonding techniques foster strength by reprogramming the brain to embrace a proactive attitude. I have extensive experience using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing to heal trauma. I love working with couples, individuals, children, and groups.
I am warm, open with an easy laugh. I have a deep interest in the human heart and mind. I continuously instill hope in my clients and support them to grow in the direction of their dreams. I am deeply honored to do this work.
There are no reviews yet
Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. Advanced clinical practitioner certification. Master in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. Previous work experience in the technology fields as a marketing professional.
Work experience as school counselor, work practicum at North Austin Medical Center, work as a therapist in the chemical dependency, sex addiction, love addiction field conducting individual, family and group counseling. I also teach mindfulness tools in a group setting which is an excellent platform to transform depression and anxiety patterns in the body and brain of the practitioners.
Graduate School: University of Texas at Austin
Year Graduated: 2001 License No. 36536
In my twenties, I earned an MBA from The University of Texas At Austin. I quickly found that I was in the wrong field and vowed to return to my first love, the study of the human psyche. I was thrilled when accepted into the clinical social work program at NYU in New York City. Transferring back to the University Of Texas, I completed my M.S.W. in Austin. Eager to put into practice the theoretical knowledge that NYU had instilled in me. To that end, I studied with one of the most learned psychotherapists in Austin, Arlene Montgomery LCSW, Ph. D., honing my skills to better integrate the intuitive with the theoretical.