I'm a mental health coach and photographer focused on teaching how creativity intersects with cognitive flexibility to work through life’s struggles. I have a master’s in forensic and counseling psychology and am currently working on a doctorate in clinical psychology. I have worked in psychology as a therapist, social worker, advocate, and subject-matter-expert for over fifteen years.
Photography has grown out of a love for artistic expression and as a way of connecting with people. I aim to facilitate a creative outlet for each person to build the memories they want to carry forward.
A love of people and creativity.
Perspective is not just a way of expressing a point of view but active participation with reality in shaping how you consider yourself, your environment, and those around you. There is always, in every moment, the experience itself and the person holding it in consciousness. Life is an exploration of the growth to be found between those two things.
It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words, and this is very much true. Every image we hold contains a myriad of associations with our past, filtered within the present and further shaped by the future we envision.