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LCDC, LPC Associate

Supervised by Frank Cohn, LPC-S


My goal as a counselor is to offer a safe space for you to be heard, understood, and respected. In addition to counseling and psychotherapy, I have a background in education and performing arts. I enjoy approaching your unique situation in a creative way, in order to help you to meet your goals while gaining new learning and understanding.

I work with teens and adults, and welcome those who identify with, or want to learn more about, the LGBTQIA+ community. Areas of focus may include depression, anxiety, dealing with change, substance use recovery, career shifts and searches, spiritual or existential concerns, conflict resolution, relationships, identity, grief, and more.

I use a person-centered, eclectic approach to counseling, incorporating narrative work, Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Gestalt, and cognitive/behavioral (CBT) styles.

Let’s find out what’s possible, for you, now.


Individuals, Alternative Relationship Structure (throuple, polycule, etc.), Young Adults (19-24 years), Adults (25-74 years), Senior (75+ years)


I am not in-network with any insurance provider.

I offer a superbill for out of network reimbursement. 

I offer a sliding scale fee.


I offer sessions at the Alive Austin office and virtually. 


MA in Counseling from Lakeland University, 2015 

MusB in Music Performance from Boston University, 1999 

Additional graduate training in psychology at Harvard Extension School and University of Santa Monica


Certified Career Counselor Certified in Divorce and Family Mediation Certificate in Substance Use Disorders Counseling

Favorite therapy books

Loving What Is by Byron Katie (Self-Reliance & Self-Compassion) 

The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron (Creativity)


I speak French and Italian, and love international travel and food.

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