- Master's candidate in Marriage and Family Therapy, Trevecca Nazarene University
- B.S. Health and Human Sciences, University of Tennessee
- American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
- American Counselors Association
- I believe that our stories are what make us unique and the experiences of pain in our lives are the gateway to our healing, freedom, and wholeness. I deeply value the opportunity to invite clients into a trusting relationship where they can be their authentic selves. Within this space, I hope to accompany clients as they explore and process their emotions while fostering healing and growth. I desire to cultivate a safe, supportive, and empathetic space for clients to be seen and heard.
I grew up in Nashville, Tennessee and spent 4 years in Knoxville earning my undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee where I studied Child and Family Studies and Psychology.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time outside, walking while listening to podcasts, visiting coffee shops, and spending time with family and friends.