My theoretical orientation is integrative, both as a clinician and supervisor. I work through a feminist lens with a social justice perspective and provide cognitive and behavioral intervention strategies within a developmental context.
My primary goal is to meet my clients and supervisees where they are and collaboratively make a plan for our work together, with that said I do not limit myself only to the aforementioned methods.
Greetings prospective interns! I completed my internship at Oregon State University in 2002 - 2003. Before returning to CAPS as a psychologist resident in January 2007 and permanent staff member (October, 2008) I taught at OSU in the Counselor Education program for 2.5 years. In my free time I often hit the road with my partner, we’re both motorcycle enthusiasts and life long explorers. I also enjoy cooking, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
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