About Heather

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I work with adults and teens dealing with issues ranging from anxiety, depression, and anger management, as well as challenging life transitions.  I value the relationship between therapist and client, and I believe that differentiates me from other clinicians. This connection with clients helps me meet my client’s needs so they can not only grow during the therapeutic process, but also supports them in developing their own skills to continue their growth after therapy is finished. I value my collaboration with other professionals and I feel like my commitment to growth as a therapist is the best gift I can give to my clients. Therapy is a collaborative process and we will work together to help you implement the changes in your life that are important for you.

I also have specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), proven to treat not only eating disorders, but also co-occurring problems like bipolar disorder, OCD, self-injury, and history of trauma.

Association Memberships:
  • Association of Applied Sports Psychology
  • American Counseling Association
  • American College of Sports Medicine