I practice a Humanistic, Solution-Focused, and Systems-based approach. I believe that everything in one’s life is connected and complex. By identifying specific problem-factors, a person has the capability to decide to make changes that will result in their desired solution.
When we empower ourselves to make choices and changes for our own happiness, we can begin to live the life we want and not have to suffer through a life that we don’t.
I want to be your catalyst for change...So, let’s get to work!
“One of the few Constants in life is change, and every individual has the power and control to decide how to respond. It is better to proactively make the changes you want rather than responding to the changes of others.”
Trinity Christian Academy
Southwestern University, BA, Psychology and Communication
Amberton University, MA, Counseling
American Red Cross: Service to the Armed Forces Facilitator and Disaster Mental Health
Prosper ISD: Assistant Men's Lacrosse Coach