After working for years in a field that didn't resonate with the strongest parts of me, and while deep in my own personal work, I decided to make a career change. In researching my options for becoming a counselor or therapist, in Marriage & Family Therapy programs I found integrative, systemic, relational-minded people. It was a clarity I hadn’t yet experienced-- that becoming a therapist (listening to that call toward the healing profession) in a systemic therapy field (strangely resonant with my engineering brain!) was IT for me. Synergy, calling, purpose, whatever you want to call it.

I have a Master of Science in Marital & Family Therapy from Northwestern University and The Family Institute in Evanston, Illinois. I have extensive experience in private practice settings working with couples, individuals, and families.

I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Engineering from Cornell University.