“Begin at once to live, and count each separate day as a separate life.”
Talking with someone trained to listen can make all the difference in helping you figure out your life.
I studied psychology in undergrad, doing a variety of research projects on such topics as attention and memory, sexuality, hypnosis, and how mental health status affects job applications.
I worked with charter school students, elderly people with disabilities, and even inmates within the Wisconsin Green Lake Correctional System.
I was a member in our local chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, which included serving in executive positions and fundraising for the Alzheimer's Association and a local group that worked with victims of domestic abuse.
During my senior year, I underwent a personal journey of self-discovery in a depth psychological fashion, reading books by Carl Jung and other deep thinkers.
After a year or so away from school, I moved to San Francisco to pursue a Master's in Integral Counseling Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS). I have completed that degree and a year of practicum at one of our school clinics, Golden Gate Integral Counseling Center, as well as at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation's Stonewall Project, which focuses on substance use counseling.
I'm now a marriage and family therapist intern, with 1500+ hours of experience under my belt.
I'm accepting clients, including individuals, couples, families, kids and groups. Please give me a call or text to see if I can be of help: 415-745-9324