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As a certified educational therapist and a life coach specializing in supporting clients from middle school age and up, I draw from my personal experiences as a woman and a parent navigating the world with a neurodiverse mind. With my own late diagnosis and my child's diagnosis, I understand the enriching and challenging aspects of this journey firsthand. Over the past decade, I've dedicated myself to helping students flourish despite diverse learning and executive function challenges. Alongside supporting parents, I advocate for clients' needs, ensuring they receive the resources and accommodations necessary for success. Through personalized strategies focusing on working memory and executive function in reading and writing, I empower individuals to overcome obstacles and achieve academic and personal success.

My Story

As an educational therapist, one of my main goals is to create a safe and nurturing space where clients can freely explore their challenges and strengths. Through active listening and a focus on fostering self-compassion, I guide clients on a journey of self-discovery, helping them uncover their values and embrace their authentic selves. Genuine connections are at the heart of what I do, and I place great importance on building strong relationships not only with my clients but also with their support networks.

My approach is all about nurturing motivation, boosting self-esteem, and cultivating resilience in every client. I believe in tailoring educational experiences to meet the unique needs and aspirations of each individual, aiming to spark a deep passion for learning along the way.

In addition to my professional work, my core values of inclusiveness, honesty, and kindness serve as guiding lights in everything I do. I'm deeply committed to creating a welcoming and supportive environment for everyone, regardless of their background or identity. That's why I actively support late diagnosis women and LGBTQAI+ individuals, ensuring they receive the understanding and tailored support they deserve on their educational / career journeys.

Celebrating diversity and honoring the unique experiences of each person is central to my practice. Through compassionate listening and genuine respect for different perspectives, I strive to create spaces where every student feels valued, heard, and respected.

Inclusivity, honesty, and kindness aren't just words to me—they're the principles that shape every aspect of my work as an educational therapist. I'm dedicated to upholding these values and advocating for the rights and well-being of all those I serve, fostering a nurturing and affirming environment where everyone can thrive.

I'm trained in various programs such as Motivational Interviewing,  Brain Frames®, Seeing My Time®, Executive Function Skills, Visualizing and Verbalizing®, and more. These tools enable me to offer personalized support tailored to each client's journey toward success.

Outside of my professional life, I find joy in traveling, camping, cuddle with my dog, play with my boys, reading, and pursuing various hobbies. These activities enrich my life and provide a well-rounded perspective that enhances my work as an educational therapist.


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

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