About Me

Suffering from low self-esteem or unhappiness in relationships feels awful. It gets in the way of who you want to be in the world. If you’re looking for a therapist who understands how much you’re hurting, and how much you want to feel better, I can help.

Because I believe you can feel better. You can even thrive.

Therapy can help.

I know because I’ve been there. Growing up was difficult for me. I was made fun of, and lived in a community where I was definitely an outsider. I walked around feeling lonely, ugly, and different. I felt not good enough. And I didn’t have help with these feelings. As a result, I was often depressed and anxious.

I was also told I was just “too sensitive.” Can you relate to that?

As a young adult, I thought something was wrong with me and I chose unhealthy relationships and ways of coping. When my father died, I knew it was time to get help. And I did. After a lot of support, I started feeling better.

I even started feeling confident and happy.

You can too.

I’ve known for a long time I wanted to be a therapist. But before going back to graduate school, I worked as an organizer and advocate for a non-profit. In this work, I advocated for women’s health and equality in LGBTQ relationships and identities. I have a personal and educational background in feminist theory and gender studies and I include this in the way I work as a therapist. I also worked at a yoga studio, eventually managing a yoga studio in Austin. I continue the practice of yoga, deep breathing, grounding, and mindfulness in my personal life and enjoy including this background in session. I finally made my way to St. Edward’s, graduating with Honors. It is indeed an honor to work now as a therapist. If you think we may be a good fit, I encourage you to call me.

For a free 30 minute phone consultation, call me at 512.669.0395. You can also email me at 

I hold an LPC and LMFT-Associate licenses in the State of Texas. My LPC license number is 71324 and my LMFT-Associate license number is 202067.