I began my study of psychology as an undergraduate at Northwestern University. When I started my doctoral studies at the University of Oregon, I had an aspiration of being a psychology professor. Now, I am excited to offer emotional wellness and health classes to community organizations.


For the past decade, I have conducted and published psychological research related to cultural diversity. I have served on various local and national committees focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). I am happy to offer diversity training and consultation on DEI issues using a trauma-informed lens.

I started my own healing journey from trauma in graduate school. Having walked through this transformative journey, I carry immense hope and compassion for those recovering from trauma and PTSD. My two-year residency specifically focused on PTSD. Previously, I have worked with children and adults with trauma in a variety of contexts. My approach to healing integrates evidence-based psychological principles with spiritual practices. 

Learn more about my unique approach here.


Oregon Health & Science University

School of Medicine

Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry 

VA Portland Health Care System

Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center

Psychology Resident


Minneapolis VA Health Care System 

Generalist Track [Accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA)]

Psychology Intern



University of Oregon

Clinical Psychology Program (Accredited by the APA and the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System)

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Master of Science in Psychology


Northwestern University

Bachelor of Science in Education and Social Policy 

Concentration in Human Development and Psychological Services