For the last several years, I've enjoyed working in a small, multi-disciplinary private practice setting in my hometown of Austin. My pre- and post-doctoral journey has encompassed a broad range of clinical and research experiences, including psychological assessment, treatment and consultation in mental health agencies and schools. I now focus on individual and family psychotherapy.
My academic training includes a Masters (Human Services) from St. Edward's University, and a Doctorate from an APA-accredited psychology program at the University of Texas at Austin.
In my practice, I draw from interpersonal and attachment frameworks, integrating extensive experience in cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches. Longstanding interests in travel and indigenous arts shape my clinical work as well.
I'm a passionate advocate for community mental health and wellness services, and helped to establish the Texas Child Study Center in Austin. I continue to learn from, and be enriched by, the people I have had the privilege of serving. These experiences in turn help me grow and develop as a clinician.
Individual Adult, Adolescent Psychotherapy
Couples and Family Counseling
Areas of Expertise
Adjustments and Life Transitions