I received my undergraduate degree in Religion and Culture and my Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at California Family Study Centre. I have taught at Interfaith Pastoral Counselling Centre and Waterloo Lutheran Seminary in the Virginia Satir model of therapy. As well, I continue to see clients in my private therapy practice.
My main interest and work is the invisible legacies that inform our decision making and apparent choices that we receive from at least three generations of family of origin.
As a clinical supervisor with AAMFT, I have offered countless hours of supervision to students of marriage and family studies in the near past.
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