Welcome In – take off your shoes, lay your weary head and for the first time in a while let’s breathe. Sauna Therapy is a place where clinical care and spiritual inquiry fuse. The premise is simple: it’s therapy meant to make you feel good.
No matter what your journey, I am glad you’re here.
I completed my Masters in Applied Psychology from Northwestern University. I started my counseling journey during my undergraduate career, developing an all-women’s support group for female empowerment on my campus, which I entitled Women In Leadership.
While working for the government in court-appointed therapy, I gained experience in domestic violence, trauma, homicide & sexual abuse. I have worked for silicon valley start-ups at BetterUp a 2.5 billion dollar silicon valley unicorn as a career coach.
And I have a vested interest into the world of transformative and health re-defining research. I have experience working in multiple labs with former experience at Southern Methodist University, understanding the benefits of ACT on women with postpartum depression. As well as the University of Denver in their neuropsychology laboratory studying affect, emotion and thought
Currently, I am running my private practice and working in clinical health research for pharmaceutical companies designing and leading more diverse strategies to enhance participation of patients in clinical trials.
I have held multiple positions including senior engagement and retention lead and associate director of strategic solutions.
I look forward to walking on your journey with you.
Fun Fact #1: I work in the pharmaceutical industry as a manager for patient engagement where I design patient strategies and educate patients on the importance of clinical trial partcipation. .
Fun Fact #2: I'm getting my trauma-informed yoga certification
Fun Fact #3: I was a professional dancer/ artist and tried out for the Denver Nuggets. I have been dancing since I was seven years old. I also have an art resume and have sold my art work around the country in Denver, Austin and Chicago.
Fun Fact 4: I've always dreamed of getting my PhD in Neuroscience