Originally from Seattle, Washington, I studied at Seattle Pacific University before spending over a decade working on film sets and TV shows including Modern Family, The Office and Saturday Night Live. After serving as "unofficial therapist" for countless cast and crew members, I realized my calling and enrolled at University of Southern California to earn my Master of Social Work (MSW) degree.
While completing USC's program at an Honors Degree level, I interned at The Haven, helping homeless female veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, and at USC’s Center for Work and Family Life, counseling staff and faculty. I also spent nights and weekends becoming a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation’s prestigious program.
Based in Los Angeles, California, I work with clients going through challenging life transitions including breakups, relationship issues, pre and post natal difficulties, and career challenges. I also tap into my entertainment field background by providing location-based coaching on film and TV sets, supporting cast and crew members through emotionally charged situations. Lastly, I offer private workshops in Los Angeles and New York City, with topics including Healthy Relationships, Disarming Hostility, Trusting your Intuition, and Mindfulness Meditation.