Ph.D. Candidate, LPC, LCDC Intern, LMFT - Associate, Supervised by Mary Sanger, LPC-S, LMFT-S, LCDC
Dallas, Texas Therapist Specializing in Counseling College-Aged Students, Young Adults, Young Couples, Millennials
Each person, no matter the age, holds a story that is unlike any other and when shared, can foster hope, connectedness, empowerment, and bravery in others. In therapy, I love hearing others’ stories and assisting clients in using their innate resiliency to create change. I have a passion for counseling college-aged students, young couples, young adults (including millennials) and when desired, their families who are struggling with a variety of complex issues.
I work extensively with young adults who are encountering difficulties with anger management, depression, anxiety, fear, trauma, scholastic difficulties, career planning, relationships, oppositional behaviors, substance abuse, ADD, and general stress that life throws their way.
By creating a safe place for each client, it is my hope that they feel valued and that their voices are being heard as they navigate life’s complexities through therapy. Working together, one moment at a time, we will create change to accomplish a more meaningful and satisfying life while discovering and unveiling individual strengths.
I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dallas Baptist University, double-minoring in criminal justice and social psychology. I went back to Dallas Baptist University and obtained my Master of Arts degree in Counseling in 2009. In 2010, I started the Doctoral Program in Family Therapy at Texas Woman’s University and am currently working on my dissertation. I am a Doctoral candidate, Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern, all in the State of Texas.
I am a Dallas native and love living in and exploring the city. I enjoy spending time with my loving and supportive family and friends. I am a self-proclaimed book worm, love singing and everything about music, working out, exploring hole in the wall coffee shops, and serving at my local church.
My rate is $145 for a 50-minute session. Click here to request an appointment.
What are these forms?
- New Client Information form. This form provides information about you so Insights can craft your therapy to be as effective and efficient as possible. Some questions are personal and may be sensitive or even uncomfortable for you. They are asked in an effort to quickly begin building a complete picture of who you are, which in turn will save valuable therapy time. All client records are strictly confidential and will not be seen by anyone without your written permission unless required by law. If you have any questions, please discuss them with your therapist.
- Informed Consent to Treat form. This form details your rights and responsibilities as a client and consents for me to treat you.
Which forms should I use?
If you are an adult, use these forms:
If your child is the new client, use these forms:
What do I do with these forms?
Please print, complete and bring your New Client Information and Informed Consent to Treat forms to your first session. That way, we will be able to begin your therapy at the start of the first appointment.