As an instructor, my hope is to provide a safe but challenging space where students can absorb course content and reflect on how their own experiences and sociopolitical identities will influence the work they do as clinicians, supervisors and scholars. With each class I teach, I am witness to the transformative process of becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist and this keeps me passionate about the work I do as a faculty member.

Before joining Regis University as an Assistant Professor, I worked as a Research Faculty Member in the School of Marriage and Family Sciences at Northcentral University where I trained Master’s and Doctoral level Marriage and Family Therapy students. In addition, I have worked as an Affiliate Faculty Member at Regis University and the MFT Core Faculty Intern at Antioch University New England. I have also served as the Editorial Assistant for Family Relations and conducted research as the Research Program Director at the Gender Identity Center of Colorado. 

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