BA Political Science and Philosophy Texas A&M University
MA Counseling Psychology The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
I have a wife and a dog that love adventuring.
I have worked with adolescents across the therapeutic spectrum. I began working on inpatient units and then transitioned to doing community-based crisis response services and stabilization. From there, I went on to found and develop a trauma and attachment based outpatient clinic serving the Seattle population. These experiences have primed me for the intensive work at Summit.
Spending time with my dog and family finding new adventures and tasting new things.
One Hundred years of Solitude.
Witnessing and facilitating self-discovery, change, healing, and growth are benefits of this work that I am grateful for and continue to be drawn to.