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My Approach

I am a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in trauma-informed, systemic, and attachment-based therapy. I help people feel more affirmed and grounded in their authentic selves. In my practice, I generally blend EMDR with various somatic and ego state/parts interventions to support clients in achieving their goals. I believe the therapeutic relationship is an integral piece of healing, and I will do my best to provide a meaningful relationship and safe environment where healing can happen. If you’re struggling with trauma, family conflict, identity confusion, difficult life circumstances, anxiety, codependency, or chronic stress, I welcome you to connect with me.

Types of Therapy I offer:

  • Individual
  • Telehealth
  • EMDR

I serve clients residing in Northwest Arkansas, and my office is located in downtown Rogers.

Common Issues I see

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Life Transitions


  • Anxiety

  • Codependency

  • Coping Skills

  • Family Conflict

  • Identity Exploration

  • Peer Relationships

  • Relationship Issues

  • Stress

  • Women's Issues

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)

Who it’s for

Most people know EMDR as a trauma treatment, but research shows it can also be highly effective in treating numerous other issues. If we both decide EMDR is a good fit for your care, we'll talk about the process so you know exactly what to expect. You may benefit from EMDR if you're experiencing:

  • Anxiety, panic attacks, and phobias

  • Chronic Illness and medical issues

  • Depression and bipolar disorders

  • Dissociative disorders

  • Eating disorders

  • Grief and loss

  • Pain Performance anxiety

  • Personality disorders

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other trauma-related issues

  • Sexual assault

  • Sleep disturbance

  • Substance abuse and addiction

  • Violence and abuse

What it is

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of trauma therapy using bilateral stimulation (eye movements or taps most common) to desensitize a traumatic event.  Imagine your brain is full of filing cabinets, and every memory you have is stored in files. Some files contain memories typed up in pretty font, perfectly spaced, clean margins, and easy to read and filed away in an organized manner. Sometimes, we may have files that weren't processed effectively and are messily filed away in no organized manner. Those files could be hanging outside the filing cabinet so when we walk by, we may easily hit those files and disrupt our nervous system. EMDR is utilized to pull those messy memories out, reorganize them and file them away appropriately. As a result, you may experience less dysregulation and discomfort. 

How it works

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