Licensed Professional Counselor
Life presents us all with challenges, troubles and uncertainty. At times we don't have the resources, support or understanding to navigate or cope with these difficulties and anxiety, depression and other mental health difficulties arise. Working together we can examine your life difficulties, develop understanding of what is meaningful to you and allow your meaning to be our guide and inspiration towards your fulfillment, resolution and well-being.
I provide in-person and telehealth counseling for individuals having difficulty coping with life circumstances, especially life transitions, and for individuals in all stages of life, with additional experience working with teenagers and older adults. I provide counseling from an existential perspective and have great respect for how an individual experiences their world and assisting individuals in making sense of their world.
I became licensed in August 2020 following the completion of my counseling residency prior to which I received my Master of Arts in Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University in 2017 and Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from James Madison University. I deeply enjoy being a part of the collaboration and space held for clients to get the specific help they need here at Adagio House! I find meaning through being challenged by books, music and movies, watching sports and spending time with my dog and cat.