My Approach to Helping
I bring compassion, support, acceptance and an open-minded approach to the therapeutic milieu at Foundations Counseling. With a background in child advocacy and alternative family dynamics, I have a passion for assisting individuals, couples, and families through difficult times. I promote continual growth beyond healing and personal empowerment in an empathetic and safe space.
I hold a Master of Arts Degree in Criminal Psychology from Regis University and Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from Metropolitan State University of Denver. I use strengths-based, person-centered, and collaborative approaches along with a variety of other therapy techniques to help my clients heal and grow. I am a child advocate for CASA, a court approved and appointed parent-child supervisor, and a proponent for the acceptance of alternative lifestyles.