Techniques I Use
- Play Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Person-Centered Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Family conflict/divorces
More About Me
I decided to become a therapist after working in a middle school as a paraprofessional and seeing so many children struggle with everyday tasks. I got a fire in my belly and went back to school in order to help kids and their families find peace and healing. My passion is helping kids build their self-esteem and their confidence in their abilities to help themselves. I help children of all ages who struggle with anxiety, depression, self-harm, trauma, and relationships. I use techniques such as CBT and play therapy to help my clients work through those feelings and experiences that are creating stress and anxiety in their lives.
I have had experience working in orphanages in Ecuador, where I helped the nuns who ran that orphanage know the best ways to help a child learn and grow. This experience truly changed my outlook on how I can help children in so many ways. I have had many years working in different school systems, and I loved working one on one with so many students and watching them progress. I also worked in a domestic violence shelter where I was able to meet with survivors of domestic violence and help them come up with strategies and plans to move forward from their abuse.
I received my bachelor’s from Utah State University in Social Work and a minor in mental health advocacy. I went on to the University of Kentucky, where I graduated with my Masters in Social Work. Being so new to being out of school I am eager to continue to learn and grow and use the techniques I have been trained to use. I look forward to working with you as we help you overcome the challenges you face.
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