With a background in marriage and family therapy, I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families in all stages of life. I strive to provide a safe space for clients to bring their full self into session, so that they may feel deeply known and heard without fear of judgement or shame. My clients are often dealing with matters concerning anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, life transition, grief, relational conflict, parenting / co-parenting, postpartum, bullying, etc.


As a systemic therapist, I recognize the influence relationships, interactions, and experiences have on one’s belief of oneself and the world around them. While treatment is unique to each individual, my therapeutic beliefs derive from a cognitive behavioral approach and a holistic understanding of those I work with; valuing my clients mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. I believe my role in therapy is to help clients identify, evaluate, and modify any presenting patterns bringing discomfort to their life. My ultimate goal as a therapist is to work as a collaborative unit with clients to develop the skills necessary to achieve positive change in and outside of session.


I work under the direction of Meg McLeroy, LMFT and the supervision of Laura V. Knox Furfari, LMFT. If you have any further questions about my therapeutic processes or are interested in pursuing services, please feel free to contact me.

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