I received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2013 from The College of William and Mary and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University in 2015. I have clinical experience providing individual, group, and family counseling and have worked with adolescents and adults with a wide variety of presenting problems including anxiety, depression, anger management issues, substance abuse, autism spectrum disorder, and psychotic disorders within the Metro-Richmond area. I enjoy connecting with families as I facilitate personal and familial growth through relying on the family’s expertise from their experiences, stories, and strengths. Clinically, I utilize a systems approach by addressing and understanding the need to examine human existence on multiple levels while cultivating social and racial justice and social change through incorporating aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Solution-Focused Family Therapy with an underpinning of Person-Centered and Strengths-Based perspectives. I am open to feedback and modifying my clinical approaches to fit the needs of my clients and families. Some of my personal hobbies are playing basketball, camping, hiking, listening to music, and spending time with loved ones.