Cultivate Counseling Therapists
Your capacity for change, healing, and growth is why I do this work. In the 10 years that I have been in the field, courage is what has always shown up at my door. Courage is always what leads us to change -- courage to believe that things could be different, that life doesn't have to feel this way. It would be an honor to walk alongside you on your journey from courage to hope.
I received my Bachelors of Social Work from NAU and graduated with a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Denver.
I specialize in utilizing EMDR, working with survivors of trauma, women in the postpartum period, and individuals parenting with PTSD.
I provide individual counseling in my office and walk-and-talk sessions in the community. New mothers are welcome to bring their infants.
I am currently in Network with BCBS and United Healthcare.
My desire as a therapist is to connect with you and know your story, and then offer support, reflection and encouragement. As a therapist, I believe that I can assist you on your journey toward "wholeness" and help you lay a healthy and stable foundation for your next life-steps. I completed my Master of Science Degree in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona. I have worked in the Behavioral Health Field in various capacities for the last 20 years.
I specialize with EMDR, anxiety and depression, life transition, college students and Spirituality and Religion.
I am available for individual counseling sessions “in-office” and am available for “walk-and-talk” therapy as it benefits the client. I look forward to meeting and working with you!
I am currently in Network with United Healthcare and BCBS.
My goal as a therapist is to witness your story and guide you to a place of healing. I believe the most essential part of therapy is the therapeutic bond that occurs as a result of working with an individual over a period of time. There has been no greater reward in my career as a counselor than witnessing a client’s growth and helping them reach their fullest potential. I am non-judgmental in my approach and enjoy the uniqueness in individuals and the learning that takes place from working with clients from various backgrounds.
I received my Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University and my Master’s Degree from Webster University in Counseling Psychology in 2010. I have worked in various milieu’s throughout my career and I have discovered that I have an enthusiasm for working with trauma survivors, and those recovering from addiction and other mental and emotional challenges.
I specialize in addiction, trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, codependency, and life stressors. I utilize a variety of approaches in therapy, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
I am currently in network with BCBS and United Healthcare.
I am passionate about seeing people step into freedom. I believe in meeting people where they are, and equipping them with the tools they need to walk into healing and connect with deeper insight and peace. I strive to create a space that is safe and comforting where this work can be done. I believe that each one of us has the capacity to heal and experience health and wholeness.
I received my Masters degree in Social Work from ASU and have been in the social work field now for over a decade. I enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds especially those looking to use faith integration in practice. I also enjoy working with individuals who are experiencing chronic health conditions and recent medical diagnosis. I utilize a strengths-based approach in practice, along with EMDR and motivational interviewing.
I am in network with BCBS
As a therapist, I am continually inspired by the resilience of human beings and our innate ability to overcome adversity. I believe all people have the capacity to heal, no matter what has happened to us and that you are the expert on your story. Relationships play a huge role in our well-being and are central to our existence. Healthy relationships enable us to flourish into our highest, most authentic selves. We can learn a lot about our current situation by observing our past and noticing patterns and the role of family dynamics.
Therapy provides space to share the most vulnerable parts of yourself in a safe place free of judgement while feeling validated and supported. My goal is to walk beside you on your journey, providing compassion and restoring hope along the way.
I specialize and genuinely enjoy working with young adults, and parents on a variety of issues, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, life transitions, grief, self-esteem, and personality disorders. My approach is collaborative, strengths based, and client-centered, utilizing aspects of CBT, DBT and EMDR. I also offer walk and talk sessions.
I received my Masters in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University.
I am in network with BCBS Insurance.
Life is an ever shifting journey that proves more challenging at certain times than others. The challenges that we face are unique to each of us. It is my belief and the reason this work continues to be my passion, that having safe, compassionate, skilled relationships are what heal us and support our agency (I can!). As a therapist, I strive to offer work that is reparative and restorative to my clients' nervous systems. When clients feel that they belong, have an increased sense of hope and understanding of self, and can take another step forward I believe that I have done a large part of my job.
I am a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP). I specialize in trauma work which includes developmental trauma and increased resolution of both past and present trauma. This trauma may have been ongoing over a period of time or an isolated incident. I have been trained to understand how trauma affects the nervous system and how to support a person back to a sense of greater ease in the world. I have been a therapist for 20 years and have worked with with most ages and stages of development.
I am in network with BCBS and United Healthcare.
It is an honor to hold space for your experience and all that you have survived that has gotten you to this point in your life. I value connection and authenticity and hope to embody those qualities in our work together.
I completed a MA in Counseling from Northern Arizona University and have been working as a therapist for 5 years, and in human services for an additional 5 years.
I use a variety of techniques in my practice to best fit the person and the relationship. I am trained in Somatic Experiencing and the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) for resolving shock and developmental trauma. I use a person-centered approach and incorporate mindfulness, self-compassion, Cognitive Behavioral and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as relevant. I have experience working with trauma including domestic violence/unhealthy relationships, sexual assault, child abuse; as well as depression, anxiety, grief, substance abuse, and family issues.
It’s my passion to provide excellent customer service and communication to all of our clients for their scheduling and billing needs or questions. I also work to create a platform from which each of our therapists can work with confidence and ease, so that they can easily focus their energy on their clients without having to worry about logistics.
A majority of my professional experience has been in the hospitality industry and as Office Manager, I am able to continue pursing my passion of connecting with people. My goal is to make your experience from the moment you call to your first meeting with our therapists as fluid and seamless as possible. I strive to provide our clients with an environment that enables them to focus on their journey and to support our therapist team in any capacity so that they may focus on their clients.
As a native of Flagstaff, I still find myself in awe of all the beauty that surrounds us here in Northern Arizona. In my free time, you can find me exploring with my son on the mountain or at our favorite swimming spot in Oak Creek.