I am excited about healthy relationships and communities. While some of our deepest wounds occur relationally, I believe that healing can also happen in relationship. I hope to create a warm and safe environment that allows for healing to occur and to overflow in your life and relationships.
My therapeutic style employs a blend of authenticity, playfulness and a deep respect for my clients’ lives and stories. My approach is holistic, attending to the physical, emotional and spiritual components of people. In therapy, I pay special attention to the many pieces that make up my clients’ lives – individual traits; family relationships; school, work, and community dynamics; spiritual and cultural influences. Where appropriate and if desired by my clients, I am happy to connect with school personnel, community resources, church leaders or others for a more integrated level of care.
I see a diverse range of clients, including children and adolescents, adult individuals, families, and couples. I am also available for marriage preparation with premarital couples and am a PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator. I am particularly interested in children’s therapy; grief and bereavement counseling, and issues concerning second generation immigrants and newcomers to the U.S.
I received a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Wheaton College in Illinois and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Biology from the University of Toronto in Canada.
In my spare time, I enjoy exploring Houston with my husband, cooking for friends, and being in nature.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate under the supervision of Amy Fuller PhD, LMFT-S, LPC-S. More information on our core values, location, services, affordable fees and new client information and intake forms.