Therapy is a place of compassionate listening, non-judgement, and a safe space to unpack your worries. I hope to provide just that for you.
I specialize in working with young adults and adults with concerns such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, career transitions, work anxiety, and stress management. I also enjoy working with college students from various backgrounds.
I believe that empathy and trust are the foundation of a positive client/therapist relationship. It is my passion to encourage and empower you towards your personal growth, goals, and overall mental well-being. Together, we will help you towards a life well lived. I promise to meet you where you are, as you are.
M.S. Counselor Education, East Carolina University, 2019
B.S. Biology, Campbell University, 2015
My journey in this field began with my graduate degree, which I pursued with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling and Student Affairs/Higher Education. During my graduate work, I interned in mainly higher education settings, in both a counseling capacity and career guidance.
After graduating from ECU’s Counselor Education program, I worked in the career counseling field at the NCSU Career Center helping students obtain internships and gain experience outside of the classroom.
I dived head first back into clinical mental health shortly after the pandemic hit in 2020 where I found myself being led to helping individuals cope with this difficult time on top of whatever else they were going through in life. I have had the privilege of working with diverse client needs and meeting them where they are.
Blue Cross Blue Shield (excluding Blue Home with UNC Health Alliance and HMO plans)