Originally from the Texas Gulf Coast, my heart longs for the blistering heat and Cajun food of my youth. I’m known to nurse a pot of gumbo during the winter while howling to Janis Joplin. I’m a St. Louis transplant.
For over ten years I’ve lived in St. Louis, working in her different neighborhoods and playing different roles. From learning aerial arts near Soulard to being a high school teacher in North City to making confections in Maplewood, I have grown to care for both city and county.
At CrossRoads, my hope is to create space for healing. I believe healing occurs when we deeply seek what is good and gain an appetite for it. I hope to grow in experience with couples, groups, and young adults. I’m passionate about presence as a vehicle to connection, and ultimately, healing.
Beyond my passion for good counseling, I have great fun building a life with my husband, Ehren. We have two young kids, two dogs, and a cat. We are learning to give and receive grace at City Church, every single day.