I obtained my Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees at California State University at Northridge in Psychology and a minor in Human Sexuality and Marriage and Family Therapy respectively.
I became licensed in California in April 2011 and in Washington in October 2011.
I completed my internship training at a Sexual Assault Crisis Center in the San Fernando Valley providing individual, couples, family and group therapy to survivors and significant others of sexual assault.
Additionally I have worked with children and families in homes, schools and in the community.
I work with clients navigating depression, anxiety, PTSD, communication issues, sex and sexuality concerns and I strive to continue to support Queer (LGBTQIA+) People of Color.
I am a Clinical Fellow with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
I currently also teach and provide therapy at Clark College. My private practice is in no way in competition with my position at Clark College. If you are a student at Clark College, you will need to contact the Counseling and Health Center on campus to schedule an appointment there (360-992-2614).