I am a licensed clinical psychologist and earned my doctorate in clinical psychology from Wheaton College (IL) and bachelor’s degree from Harding University. My work historically has involved consultation, psychotherapy, assessment, and teaching at the undergraduate and master’s levels. I provide psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families, working with relational conflicts, transitions, anxiety, depression, grief and trauma. I have a special love for consulting on mental health issues in faith communities, and enjoy providing education on the complex interplay of spirituality/faith and psychology.
My therapy draws on many therapeutic techniques rooted in a strong, collaborative relationship. I believe in building on a client’s internal and external resources to provide the best chance of change and achieving goals. My wholistic approach includes faith and spirituality for those this is important to, and I have particular expertise in working with those from a Christian background.
I am in the office Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am-5pm.