Education and Training
After receiving my undergraduate degree from Gonzaga University, I worked as a program coordinator at a fertility clinic. Identifying a need for additional mental health resources for this unique and often overlooked and under served population, I returned to Gonzaga to further my education. During my graduate studies I had the opportunity to give back and serve those who have served their country: combat veterans, military sexual trauma survivors, and their families. My training in the Marriage and Family Counseling program prepared me to work with individuals as well as couples and families.
It is important to me to spread a message of love and acceptance and provide hope and support to members of the LGBTQ+ community. I understand that those who identify as LGBTQ+ face unique challenges, especially within the context of family building. I look forward to navigating this with you.
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association (WMHCA)
American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
I regularly attend trainings and pursue learning and growth opportunities which allow me to stay current and provide the best services possible.