Training & Experience
I'm so happy you are here! Selecting a provider who is a good fit is an important component of effective therapy. If you are interested in working together, I'd like for you to get to know my background and experience.
I obtained a master’s degree from Northwestern University in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). While in my master's program, I gained clinical experience with diverse clientele. I worked at Northwestern's Bette D. Harris Family and Child clinic. And I provided parent training to families of children ages 2 to 6 through the "Parents in Charge" program in downtown Chicago.
I pursued a PhD in MFT from Florida State University. I spent two years seeing clients at FSU's Center for Couple and Family Therapy and also delivered an evidence-based parenting program called the "Incredible Years." In addition, I worked at an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) focused on treating families with substance use issues. After graduating, I moved to San Francisco where I trained therapists as an Assistant Professor in a Couple and Family Therapy program.
I ultimately decided to return to Tallahassee to start my own family and be closer to home. For 6 years, I served as a faculty member at FSU in the Department of Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) and taught courses in Family Relationships, Foundations of Counseling, Child Development, Parenting, and Lifespan Development.
Now, I own a private practice, which grants me the flexibility to work with a wide range of clientele. I see individuals, couples, and families.
Phone: (850) 270-8244
I'm originally from New Orleans and daydream about my hometown's food, music, and festivals. Aside from work, I enjoy travel, being outdoors, practicing yoga, community engagement, and spending time with family and friends.