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I graduated in 2012 with my B.A. in Psychology, in 2016 with my M.Ed in School Counseling and in 2019 with my Ed.S. in School Counseling, all from the University of Georgia. Go Dawgs! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, and my approach is caring and gentle, while also direct and solution focused. I hope to laugh along the way with you while we work together to reach your counseling goals! There is no "one size fits all" approach to counseling, as I use aspects of CBT, DBT, RO-DBT, Narrative, Person-Centered, and Expressive Arts throughout my work with clients. My belief is that my clients are the experts on their own lives, so we collaborate to determine which approaches and techniques will lead to the most success on their healing journey.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)



Expressive Arts

Christian Counseling


Licensed Professional Counselors of Georgia (LPCA)

International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IADEP)

Professional Organizations


Are you looking for therapy in Atlanta? My specialities are anxiety, self-esteem, perfectionism, and eating disorders.

  • Increase understanding of anxiety and anxiety symptoms

  • Gain healthy coping, relaxation, and mindfulness strategies 

  • Calm your mind & body

  • Interrupt unhealthy and irrational thinking patterns

  • Rewire your brain connections

  • Overcome fears

  • Lessen stress levels

  • Learn strategies to reduce panic attacks

  • Bring more joy and relaxation to your life

  • Gain self-confidence

  • Build trust in yourself

  • Develop a more positive outlook on life

  • Learn to feel comfortable in your own skin

  • Learn to accept the whole you (your strengths, skills, and areas of growth)

  • Gain an understanding of your needs and how to express them

  • Build healthy relationships with others and yourself

  • Develop kindness and gentleness toward yourself

  • Learn to set realistic and attainable goals for yourself

  • Combat Imposter Syndrome and people pleasing

  • Let go of "perfection" as an identity

  • Set healthy boundaries for yourself and your relationships

  • Learn to accept and even appreciate mistakes

  • Gain new understanding of your worth outside of achievements

Eating Disorders
  • Begin to heal  your relationship with food

  • Strengthen your body image and relationship with body

  • Challenge unhealthy thinking patterns

  • Increase your self-awareness

  • Learn about your eating disorder 

  • Strengthen your "healthy self" and change your behaviors 

  • Find new hope, meaning, and purpose in your life

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