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mDiv, MFT

Therapy is one way to build a life that is more authentic, connected, and full of meaning. Through a warm and patient approach, I hold space for you to feel your way towards that. Therapy looks different for everyone, and we will collaborate closely to make sure you are getting what you need. Being trained as a marriage and family therapist means that I work relationally, even when I'm working with just one person. Our relationships with our partners, families, friends, work, culture, power, and privilege all have a great impact on who we are, how we feel, and how we heal.

With a background in divinity, I come to mental health care from a lens of spiritual care. I specialize in working with religious trauma and queer experience. In our work together, we can attend to the ways your values and experiences of spirituality may have had an impact on your healing, and could be a site of building more support into your life.

As a therapist, I strive to create a space that feels safe enough to go deep, examine the relationships and experiences that have shaped your life, and craft new ways of showing up for yourself and your life that are more fulfilling. Whatever you are struggling with, know that it matters, and there is room for you here.

pronouns: she/they

Education and Training

MFT • Council for Relationships' Post-Graduate Certificate Program


MDiv • University of Chicago Divinity School

BA • Oberlin College

Areas of Specialization


Depression, grief, abuse, sexual identity, gender identity, trauma & PTSD, couples, open/poly relationships

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma-informed

  • Client-centered

  • Attachment based

  • Narrative

  • Relational-cultural

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