I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with a Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Washington. I have spent the majority of my career working in inpatient hospital settings, where I gained significant training and experience in the treatment of diverse individuals and families with a broad range of mental health concerns. Working in a private practice affords me the ability to maintain a continuing therapeutic relationship, and allows me to be present through times of crisis as well as the gradual process of personal growth.

When not in the office, you can usually find me in the mountains (hiking, camping, skiing, or working on my photography), writing, or spending time with my friends and family.

Clinical Experience

My work in inpatient oncology and psychiatric units have broadened my understanding of how health crises affect both the individual as well as their support systems. Not only did I find myself supporting the patients through their experience, but also working with their loved ones and their unique perspective. These moments of crisis tended to bring to the surface underlying issues which often affected one's ability to cope with the current situation. As such, I routinely worked with individuals and families through the grief and loss presented by chronic and life-threatening illness, as well as secondary concerns such as depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency. These clinical experiences lend themselves very well to my private practice, as I find them to be universal themes within individual and family systems.


I offer an eclectic approach to mental health services--grounded in evidence-based practices such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy--with an emphasis on connecting with my clients through attentive listening, non-judgmental guidance, and compassionate challenging of fixed patterns and behaviors.

I look forward to working in collaboration with you to identify and develop an individualized approach to meeting your therapeutic goals.

     Common Concerns:

  • Depression/Anxiety Disorders
  • Life Transitions
  • Grief and Loss
  • Chronic/Life-Threatening Illnesses 
  • Caregiver Support
  • Chemical Dependency
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Relapse Prevention
  • LGBTQ Issues

About Me