I began my career as a professional mental health therapist in 2011 and have provided services in the Tucson community--working with children, adults, couples, and families--as well as the Arizona state prison system where I provided those incarcerated with yoga, meditation, and process groups and helped them reintegrate back into society. I currently work at the University of Arizona for Counseling and Psych Services (CAPS) where I offer individual, couples, and group therapy.

If you are a student at the University of Arizona and are interested in pursuing therapy with me or joining my therapy group, please contact me.

Making Sense of it All: An Existential Therapy Group

> Have concerns about death or the fragility of life?

> Feel like no one understands you or that you’re alone in your experience?

> Wonder who you are or how to be your true self?

> Find life confusing and seek to find meaning and your place in the world?

Making Sense of it All is an existential therapy group that offers a safe place to explore how to live authentically while confronting life’s ultimate concerns of death and uncertainty, freedom and responsibility, existential isolation, and the search for meaning. Learn how to live a values-oriented life even when you're experiencing difficult thoughts and feelings. Existential concepts will be taught and discussed in order to create a structure to help students process their individual concerns.

This group is currently full for the Spring 2020 semester.

Please contact me to be added to the wait list for Fall 2020.

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Morning Meditation

Free Zoom Guided Meditation Mon-Fri at 10:30a PST