Interim Assistant Director/Clinical Specialty Programs Director

Additional Roles: Latinx and Undocumented Student Specialist, Practicum Coordinator

Pronouns: He/Him

Alma Mater: UC Davis (2012) and University of Oregon (2018) 

Professional Interests: My therapeutic approach is experiential/psychodynamic with multicultural and social justice lens. I also utilize interventions from Interpersonal Process Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Family Systems within my clinical work. I enjoy working with Latinx and undocumented/DACA/Tuition Equity/mixed-status students as well as students from other underrepresented and marginalized communities. I am especially interested in men’s issues, trauma, career development, relationship concerns, family of origin issues, and LGBTQ allyship. 

Personal Interests: I greatly enjoy watching movies/TV shows and listening to music and audiobooks. In my spare time, I like to make glass artwork (i.e. stained glass, fusion, glass blowing) and explore the Pacific Northwest.

UO Love: Hikes on overcast days.

Supervision Approach and Model: I greatly enjoy providing supervision across differing training and professional stages. I utilize an integrative approach to supervision with an emphasis on addressing power dynamics, personal and professional development, and being mindful of multicultural and social justice issues within training and supervision.