A bit about me
With over 20 years in vocational ministry, I have extensive training and experience in supporting both individuals and families in crisis. As an undergraduate at Boise State University (BA History, 1998), my interest in liberal arts (literature, history, and philosophy) characterized my entire career, throughout my ministerial training (M.Div, 2001). My current training in psychotherapy (MA Counseling Psychology, 2024) continues a lifelong interest and study in human motivation and the possible sources of hope in the midst of anxiety and despair.
As the child of immigrants, raised in a rural setting, I also maintain a passion for racial justice and identify with minority experiences. Having suffered with both depression and anxiety, weathering spiritually abusive environments and attending to the severe mental suffering of friends and family, I know both the pain and hope involved in healing from psychological and spiritual wounds. If you’re struggling, please reach out and book a free consultation or make an appointment. You’re not alone.