Psychology Doctoral Intern

Alma Mater: University of Denver (expected 2020)

Professional Interests: My approach to therapy combines humanistic/existential and psychodynamic theories. I view my clinical role as providing space to explore emotions, thoughts and behaviors with the intention to increase awareness of patterns and difficulties. I enjoy collaborating with clients to identify ways to use these insights outside of therapy. I am excited to work with UO college students including first-generation students, non-traditional students and students of color. I have particular experience working with relationship concerns, identity development, depression, anxiety, self-esteem and adjustment concerns.

Personal Interests: I enjoy Baking/Cooking/Food shows, painting, meditation and easy hikes. More recently, I’ve enjoyed fishing with my family at nearby lakes and rivers.

UO Love: I love the Willamette river and finding little spots around campus to sit and have a nice conversation or quiet moment.