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Trauma & PTSD


Conflict Management

Divorce & Blended Families

Relationship Issues

Panic Disorder



Life, work, and relationships can be filled with many obstacles and challenges at times, leading one to feel stressed, discouraged, and overwhelmed. Experiences you have had may cause feelings of fear, depression, and a loss of direction. From these experiences, certain thoughts and perceptions may have developed that adversely affect your mood and behavior.

I am dedicated to providing a collaborative, safe, and encouraging environment that promotes awareness and growth. My goal is for you to achieve improved relationships with yourself and others and find an understanding in life that restores hope, balance, and control.


​I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (#65993) in Texas. After receiving my Bachelor’s of Art degree in Psychology from the University of Houston, I earned a Master’s of Science in Counseling from the University of Houston Clear Lake. Prior to my therapeutic experience, I worked in a variety of settings, including the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, School Counseling, and Child Protective Services.  I have been a counselor for 11 years and have provided both individual and group counseling on various issues. I utilize a holistic approach from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and Trauma Focused Therapy using a multitude of techniques to help clients reach their fullest potential.

Self-balance and mindfulness are very important to me, so I practice running and Pilates to live a healthy life.​

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Client Testimonial

"Such an amazing experience I've been having. I was very happy with the therapist that I got and she knows how to talk to me like
an equal but also how to help me set goals and follow through
with them. She has helped me so much I cannot tell you how
great this organization is and how much I would suggest it to
others. In fact I just referred one of my family members."
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