Seeking therapy might not always be easy, but it can indeed be life-changing when navigating hardships with the proper support. My goal is to provide that support when most necessary and continue doing so till each client has met their desired goals in their day-to-day life. My approach is very person-centered. Each person has every skill and resource needed to enhance their emotional and mental well-being. On top of that, I enjoy implementing cognitive behavioral therapy and play therapy and a range of different approaches that best fit each individual on a case-to-case basis.
I am interested in working with a broad spectrum of disorders such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar, and schizophrenia, whether with children, adolescents, or adults. I would love to provide the support necessary to families and couples facing difficulties in their lives, regardless of whether that be a short-term challenge or long-term. I am passionate about helping those who have or are currently experiencing any form of trauma and need help navigating through specific thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to facilitate the changes they wish to implement into their lives.
I am currently a graduate student at The University of Houston – Clear Lake working on my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am fluent in Spanish, an active crisis text line volunteer, and a Texas Counseling Association student member. I have previously worked in school settings and completed an internship at an addictions outpatient treatment center. The mental health field is growing and slowly getting the recognition it deserves, and our minds are our foundation and the root of every aspect of our lives. I am genuinely looking forward to helping heal the mental and emotional problems that some may be facing.