My work is focused on helping individuals, couples, and families to engage more deeply in life and to discover ways to reclaim their lives from the grip of problems. I feel fortunate to be able to walk alongside people during some of the most important parts of their lives. My orientation to therapy is narrative and collaborative. This means that I tend to lead with questions rather than answers, and I am most concerned with enabling others to take creative steps that align with their values and purposes.
Before beginning training as a therapist, I worked in non-profit, education, and religious settings. I have lived and worked both in the United States and abroad, and my experiences have profoundly shaped who I am and how I practice therapy today. I started training to be a therapist in 2015, and I saw my first client in 2016. I have completed a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy degree from Trevecca Nazarene University, and I currently practice under the supervision of Dianne Bradley, Phd, LMFT (TN Lic #804).