About Me


  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology, University of the Pacific (2003)
  • Master of Arts (MA), Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy Emphasis, University of San Francisco (2011)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Clinical Psychology, Integral Psychology Emphasis, California Institute for Human Science (2017)

Professional Experience

  • Individual, group and family therapy across a wide range of populations, across settings. I have experience treating mood disorders, thought disorders, family issues, relationship issues, anxiety, depression and trauma.
  • I have worked in outpatient clinics designed to serve the seriously mentally ill homeless population, residential treatment centers working adolescents and their families, community-based service settings focused on building family strengths, as well as within school-based mental health programs. I have additional experience working with families impacted by autism spectrum disorders.
  • I have significant experience offering trainings and workshops on a host of clinical topics, including mindfulness and meditation, parenting classes, therapist development, professional staff development, as well as implementing successful behavioral strategies in the classroom.
  • I have been invited to present at numerous regional and national conferences including the upcoming “Consciousness and Spirit II” Conference, put on by the Society for Consciousness Studies, taking place at Yale Divinity School, May 2019. Past conferences include:
    • CIHS 2018 Subtle Energy Symposium – Talk entitled, “Not Separate: Ego-Negation and Healing in the Psychotherapy Encounter”
    • Region 10 Behavior Conference 2018 – Presented a talk entitled, “The Relational Crucible: Mindfully Contextualizing our Roles”