LPC Intern: Supervised by Amy Rollo, M.A., LSSP, LPC-S
After graduating from Wrangell High School in Alaska I earned an Associates degree in Aviation as well as my pilots license in 2008 at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon. In 2013 I graduated from The University Of Oregon in Eugene, OR with a Bachelor’s in Psychology with an emphasis in child development. I have completed all coursework for my Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling specializing in play therapy and couples counseling. I am currently earning hours in order to become a licensed professional counselor and am honored to complete my internship at The Center for Children and Families. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, teens, young adults, and couples. My areas of interest are developmental psychopathology, child therapy, and marriage counseling. My goal is to help my clients realize their potential in life to reach wholeness, health and happiness. In order to achieve goals I use a variety of approaches depending on my clients needs including cognitive behavioral therapy, Existential, play therapy (children), and Gottman (couples). I look forward to working with you.