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I completed my BS in psychology at Abilene Christian University (ACU) in Abilene, TX. I went on to complete a MA in Christian Ministry/Theology in 2017 and a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2018 from ACU. I worked at the Medical and Counseling Care Center at ACU, before moving to Colorado to take a job at North Range Behavioral Health. I went on to work in private practice as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and as a parent/teen relationship specialist.
I am the Athletics Mental Health coordinator, working with student athletes’ mental health and performance needs.
I am a systems therapist by training, relying heavily on Solution-Focused, Narrative, and Internal Family Systems modalities from a strengths-based perspective. I work from a relational approach, looking at the whole person (mind, heart, soul, and body) for client healing and growth. When working with couples I incorporate Gottman techniques as well. I enjoy helping people become more empowered to be themselves and learn to rely on their own strengths, while recognizing relationships and community help us to grow and thrive.
I am an outdoorsmen and athlete, spending much of my time with family and friends in those pursuits. You will often find me in the mountains, running, hiking, camping, backpacking, climbing 14ers, mountain biking, and snowboarding. I also spend time playing soccer, disc golf, running Spartan races and much more. My wife, kids and dogs enjoy doing most of those pursuits with me. In my spare time I also love music, enjoy concerts, and playing guitar or bass.