I have been a mental health therapist since I graduated in September 2013 with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University Seattle. My professional counseling experience includes work with LGBTQ people, homeless youth and adults, people with chronic mental illness, and people with criminal justice involvement—under correctional supervision or transitioning out of prison or jail. I value social justice and anti-oppression praxis and strives to integrate that into my work while remaining open to critical feedback and challenges. I honor the search for meaning and deep connection and recognize it takes a variety of forms.
Read my Approach to Counseling.
I am also a writer, with fiction, poetry, and personal essay publications in several anthologies.