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Learn meaningful ways of reconnecting to yourself & others

I believe psychotherapy helps people address their concerns in different ways. Psychotherapy is designed to provide safety, structure, routine, and reliability when individuals are often feeling anchorless, confused, or afraid. However, I believe that in order for psychotherapy to be effective, it is the relationship that a therapist and client create together that provides room for growth and change. That relationship can be more easily established when the therapist is open, understanding, and non-judgmental. I believe that people sometimes come to therapy looking for symptom relief (e.g., alleviate depressive symptoms, alleviate anxiety), and learn through therapy that they also have the right to grow, thrive, and enjoy life (e.g., seek joy, happiness, and satisfaction).

If you are interested in learning more about how therapy can help you, please contact me. I’m happy to provide a free phone consultation to answer any questions you may have.


Member, American Psychological Association (APA)

Member, Virginia Psychological Association (VPA)

Member, Alabama Psychological Association (aPA)

Member, Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists (VACP)

Member, Northern Virginia Clinical Psychologists (NVCP)

Member, National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology

Member, International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT)


Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from George Mason University (2011)

Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Psychology (2012)

Licensed by the State Board of Examiners of Alabama (2023)

Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) granted by the PSYPACT Commission (2021)

Recipient of Early Career Psychologist Credentialing Scholarship, granted by the National Register (2012)

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