I am a licensed MFT and offer a variety of services to patients within California, including children's, individual, couples and family therapy sessions. Session fees are $120 and I am also a network and out of network provider for various insurance panels. Please visit my psychology today profile here.
My approach to therapy includes a combination of client-centered, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral modalities. By providing a safe and nurturing environment, I believe every client has the capacity to achieve the goal of bettering themselves and their relationships.
I am a graduate of CSU Fresno, earning my Bachelor of Sciences degree in Criminology with an emphasis in Victim Services and my Master of Sciences degree in Counseling with an option in Marriage & Family Therapy.
I have provided therapeutic services since 2003 in a variety of settings, including volunteer advocacy with sexual assault victims, completing a practicum as a therapist at CSU Fresno's Student Health Center, and working as a therapist in a private non-profit community setting.
People often ask “What is therapy?” I usually begin by saying that therapy is a confidential, nurturing and supportive place to work on healing or improving yourself. It is a process of looking within yourself to resolve problematic behaviors, feelings, beliefs or memories that may be impacting your self-view, relationships with others or overall quality of life. Unique to each person, therapy may be short-term or ongoing, with the overall goal being to help you become much more aware of yourself and why you often think, feel, or behave in specific ways.
5703 N. West Ave #101
Fresno, CA 93711