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M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy Mental Health Therapist

It is truly an honor to support clients through their journeys of growth and healing, whether individually or as a couple.

My therapeutic perspective is holistic and systemic. I view individual challenges within the context of relational, cultural, and environmental systems. I see relationship challenges within the context of the couple’s history and each partner’s past experiences and unique lens. I am told by clients that my therapeutic presence is warm, compassionate, and collaborative. I prioritize offering a safe and accepting space for all. 

I strive to be LGBTQIA+ affirming, body positive, sex positive, anti-racist, and culturally sensitive and they are committed to continuous learning and accountability. As a BIPOC, multiracial individual, and a Queer-identifying and genderfluid person, I have some experience with prejudice and discrimination as well as the growth-journey of living authentically in marginalized identities. I am also active in investigating my biases and my privilege and know that I will always be learning to be a better ally.

I enjoy working with couples across the lifespan who are seeking greater connection and growth in their relationship. I also enjoy working with couples who identify as BIPOC or interracial, LGBTQIA+, and polyamorous. Other clinical interests of mine include identity development, stress-related issues, life transitions/adjustment, healing from childhood wounds, anxiety, and depression. I am a certified yoga instructor and I appreciate the benefits that mindful movement, meditation, and intentional breathwork can bring to mental and physical health.

Prior to entering the mental health field, I worked in the human services field as a childcare-giver, academic tutor/mentor, group home counselor, and volunteer coordinator. I have been partnered since 2014 and my partner and I have benefitted from couples therapy to strengthen and care for our relationship. In my free time, I enjoy cozying up on the couch with my partner and two dogs to watch movies, practicing and teaching yoga, rock climbing, krav maga (martial arts), and going for long walks.

I practice under Renee Segal, MA, LMFT's supervision.

  • Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship

  • Emotionally Focused Therapy Core Skills

  • Brainspotting Phase 1 

  • Neuroscience and Yoga in the Treatment of Complex Trauma

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy - Level 1

  • American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)

  • Minnesota Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT)



Couples therapy
Grief and loss
Immigration and acculturation stress
Individual therapy
Interracial/multicultural relationships
LGBTQI2A+ individuals and relationships
Low self-esteem
Polyamorous, CNM/ENM relationships
Sexuality and sexual issues
Trauma, Complex/childhood trauma, PTSD


I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a minor in Latin American Studies from Loyola University in New Orleans. After completing my undergraduate education I spent the next seven years working in the human services field, traveling, and living abroad in Japan, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. In 2020, I returned to school and in 2023 I received my Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.

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