“To be human is to need others, and this is no flaw or weakness.” — Sue Johnson
We all need help, especially during difficult and uncertain times. As a systemic therapist, I look at individuals holistically. Each of us navigate different roles, relationships, and experiences as we move through life. My focus is to help clients make sense of the many layers they are situated in, allowing room for growth and healing.
I am a member of the Blackfeet Nation and was born and raised in Northwest Washington. I obtained my B.A. in Psychology from the University of Washington with a Minor in Diversity Studies. Post-graduation I volunteered on a Crisis Line where I was exposed to many aspects of the mental health field, further fueling my interest in helping others. I am currently working towards my M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Pacific Lutheran University.