I am a student therapist, completing my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Counseling & Education. I employ an integrative approach to working with clients of all ages, and am largely influenced by psychodynamic, existential, and humanist theories, with a social justice and trauma-informed focus. I incorporate mindfulness, believing in it lies insight into our behaviors and beliefs. I believe we are products of our biology as well as environments and experiences, and that we are the experts of our own lives. My hope is that through our work together we can explore what feels most salient for you, and help you to work towards achieving and establishing future goals, empowering you along the way. I believe that every person possesses an inborn capability for learning, healing, and growth. In order to achieve growth and work towards your self-proposed goals, I hope to help you remove obstacles as well as explore the meaning behind your experiences, by creating a warm, safe, respectful, and accepting space in which we can do so.
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