AMFT #138302, APCC #13539
I incorporate humanistic, psychoanalytic, attachment and trauma-informed practices in working
with clients of various intersectional identities, backgrounds, and locations. I believe that we as
human beings have the innate wisdom and capacity to heal in relationship with others and that
you, the client, are the expert of your lived experience.
I am honored to hold safe and sacred space for my clients to begin or continue their journey's
toward accessing and embodying their inherent self-compassion, love, and wisdom to effectively
manage life's challenges.
I received my bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of California at Davis and my
master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Palo Alto University.
Supervised by Yvonne Beyer, LMFT #36544