I have spent many years in the beautiful Gallatin Valley, parenting my own children as well as many precious foster children. Within the past several years, I have finished my Bachelor's degree in Psychology, my Masters' degree in Human Services Counseling, and a Masters' in Professional Counseling. My academic accomplishments would be diminished were it not for my rich, yet often painful, life experience. Grief, loss ,and life transition are at the heart of my practice, although I work with individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, and other emotional distress.
I believe that individuals are unique and valuable and deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. I dedicate myself to serving the best interest of each client.