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Rose City Counseling and Wellness

Individuals, Couples, and Families 



As a parent and licensed professional, I understand how challenging life and relationships can be. I use a systemic approach to help my clients approach challenges from a fresh perspective. Working together, we identify solutions to these challenges. I help my clients learn adaptive strategies to communicate better, build stronger, healthier relationships and ultimately, a happy and balanced life.

Finding the right therapist for you is important. You should feel comfortable and connect with the person you work with. I work hard to provide a safe and comfortable therapeutic space, and clients often comment on my warmth, empathy, and sense of humor in sessions. 

Initial Free Phone Consultation

I am happy to provide more information about my therapeutic style and what to expect from sessions with me. I provide a free 10 minute phone consultation for you to get to know me. For more information, please call me at 971-770-1017.


Practice Areas


I assist adolescent and adult individuals in addressing topics including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, women's issues, perfectionism, loss, and life transitions. I also provide clients with support in the form of life planning, parent coaching and the development of self-identity / self-esteem.


I am passionate about my work with couples, and believe that it is possible for couples to work through even the most challenging circumstances with respect, compassion and dignity. 

I can help couples break dysfunctional cycles, communicate more effectively, understand issues in adaptive ways and strengthen friendship and intimacy. 


Every family has their own unique challenges to address, and I provide a safe, supportive and neutral environment to overcome these challenges. 


I can help families to overcome hurtful issues, address negative alliances, improve communication and strengthen support systems. I help families build upon their strengths, and get “unstuck” in the problem cycle they feel trapped in. 

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