Owner and Therapist
Hello! I am the Owner and Founder of Nurtured Hearts Counseling and a Licensed Professional Counseling (LPC) in the state of Colorado.
I strive to help you find hope for your future and knowledge in knowing that your life doesn't have to be like this forever.
Often times, when we are in the middle of a storm, it feels like we have to settle in, as it will never change. However, I am here to tell you that there is hope for happiness and peace in your life.
Therapy is often daunting to face and therefore can create a hesitancy to move forward. It is important to me that you know this is your journey and we can move at the pace that feels manageable for you. You are in control and I encourage you to advocate for what you need throughout this process.
Many clients walk into my office and comment on the fact that the space feels comforting and like "home". My goal is to make this process as comfortable and safe as possible while you face the memories, emotions, and experiences that are currently having a negative impact on your life.
I look forward to connecting with you and figuring out if this is a good fit. The therapeutic relationship is so impactful on the overall process and it's important that you feel comfortable.
Hello! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Colorado.
I work to create a warm and authentic environment that we can utilize to explore different areas of your
life that you feel stuck in. One area I specialize in is working with people struggling with eating
disorders/body image in which I’ve seen that the need for stress management, comfort, or control is
met by dangerous behaviors of bingeing, purging, restricting, or over-exercising which become all-
consuming. I seek to help you find understanding in these behaviors, validate those needs, and discover
new ways to meet your needs. I also specialize in working with people struggling with depression,
anxiety, life transitions, and women’s issues.
I also care deeply about working with women that are pregnant and postpartum. It is often indirectly
communicated to mothers that they are expected to be self-less and put the needs of others before
their own. How can we expect mothers to care for others when there is little care given to them?
While becoming a mother is filled with love and excitement it can also be scary, isolating, and emotional. Mothers often do not have a village to lean on for support and are left to try to manage their difficult thoughts and emotions alone. I believe that mothers deserve to be nurtured and cared for no matter where they are in their motherhood journey.
It takes a great deal of courage and vulnerability to pursue counseling and I am truly honored to be in this role of partnering with people on their journey. I believe that our emotions hold a lot of wisdom and power and should not be ignored but explored and validated.