I believe in feeling better. Very often, part of feeling better means understanding why you stopped feeling like yourself to begin with. I believe that knowledge is power. I believe that there are factors (genetics, biology, life circumstance) that we can not control that very often impact suffering.
As your therapist I see my role as a supporter, researcher, and teacher. Together we can discover the factors that you can control and those you may not be able to control so that we can help find the best route to healing. I integrate cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral strategies, and mindfulness, focused on creating understanding and increasing strategies for coping.
Post-doctoral Fellowship – 2011
Midtown Psychotherapy Associates
Doctorate Clinical Psychology – 2010
APA Internship – 2010
Montana State University
Warm Springs State Psychiatric Hospital
Bachelor of Arts, Marketing – 2003
University of Georgia
DBT Intensive – 2013
Shari Manning PhD and Kate Comtois PhD, MPH
Treatment Implementation Collaborative
Clinical Supervision with Diane Sanford, PhD – 2015
Perinatal and Postpartum Mental Health