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I received my M.A. in counseling and guidance, and Ph.D. in counseling psychology, from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I completed my doctoral clinical internship at the University of Utah University Counseling Center. During that time, I provided over 1,000 hours of therapy and assessment, and received over 300 hours of individual clinical supervision. I am a licensed psychologist in the states of Colorado (#5484) Utah (#9517430-2501) and I carry a caseload of individual and relationship therapy clients in my private practice.

Guiding Principles

I incorporate values of diversity, inclusion, and social justice in my clinical practice and professional work. I acknowledge my unearned privileges and stand-up to experiences of oppression. I conduct my work with an emphasis on ethics, integrity, accountability, and relationship-building. I want clients, students, and colleagues to feel comfortable and accepted in our work together.

Professional Membership


I serve on the steering committee for the Utah chapter of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), which focuses on advocacy and the advancement of rights for LGBTQ+ communities. I previously served on the executive committee as secretary of the Society for the Psychology of Sexual orientation and Gender Diversity, where I previously was the co-chair of the Bisexual Issues Committee. I am a past treasurer for the Society of Counseling Psychology’s Section on LGBT Issues and also previously served on the leadership collective for The LGBT-Affirmative Psychotherapist Guild of Utah. I am a member of the editorial boards for two academic journals, including The Psychology of Women Quarterly and The Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity.


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