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Worry less. Laugh more. 

It's time to begin prioritizing YOU. 

Meet Anna

Hey, I'm Anna!

I've always had an interest in relationships and wanted to know why some work well and others don't. As a master's student, I started out in the research world learning how relationships with ourselves, others, and the world around us can lead us down various paths of fulfillment in life. Realizing that relationships and fulfillment intensely affect one another, I pursued methods on how enriching one, can positively change the other. That's when I fell in love with psychotherapy. The more I learned that relationships hold the key to happiness, the more I realized that I wanted to help people establish great relationships, and the key to obtaining relational greatness is through psychotherapy. So I became a therapist.


Basically, I am someone who supports people on their path towards desired relational change. Whether that relationship is with themselves, others, or their community, I help people learn the tools necessary to spark new life in their relationships. By exploring our personal history and uncovering the patterns that most of us are not even aware we have, we can turn towards a direction of healing, obtain personal discipline over emotions and choices, and adapt how we interact with the world in order to feel excited about living again and thriving towards fulfillment. 

I believe we all can achieve our desires and enrich our lives. If you are ready to explore your path to joy, remove the barriers in your relationships, and enrich your world, then give me a call or drop me an email.  



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Miami University

Bachelor of Psychology

Bachelor of Integrative Studies

Missouri Valley College

Master of Arts in Counseling


Anxiety is something we hear about a lot these days and the messages can be mixed. Let's make it easy. Anxiety is something we all feel from time to time. It's that feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, about an event or something with an uncertain outcome. It's what happens when we want to do something, but find it difficult to do when the time comes. When these feelings interfere greatly with what we want to do, it can be disordered and characterized by a state of excessive uneasiness and apprehension, and can coincide with compulsive behavior or panic attacks.

Depression is a terrible experience and leaves us feeling of severe despondency and dejection. Depression can lead to devastation in daily functioning and typically accompany feelings of inadequacy and guilt, lack of energy, and disturbance of appetite and sleep. These feelings go beyond situational sadness and grief. If you are having these feelings, please do not take them lightly. Clinical depression is NOT something you have to accept. I'm here to help. 

Relationships are simply how people or things react with another. For example, a vine in a garden reacts to a fence by holding on to it as it grows, whereas vinegar reacts to baking soda by multiplying rapidly. People also react to each other and the world around them in various ways. Some of us react to events in our lives better than others. These reactions typically have a pattern and stem from early experiences. Learning more about your patterns within yourself, others, and the world is a major component of your personal health and life fulfillment. 


Psychotherapy consists of many approaches to treatment, but overall its talking... lots of talking, through questioning and exploring outcomes and feelings. Psychotherapy is often called Talk Therapy, or simply put, Therapy. Scientist have learned that talking helps the brain to understand and process our life events, our relationships, and our interactions. Processing is key to change. 


Please note that I only use evidence based therapies and add a bunch of science as well, but mostly, I use CBT. 


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, is a form of psychological treatment that has demonstrated to be effective in a wide range of problems, is highly effective against other forms of therapies, and a strong tool that elicits change. CBT consists of many techniques and nurtures individuals in developing coping skills in order to learn how to change problematic thinking, feeling, and behaviors. An easy way to think about CBT is that it is a tool of change for how we think, feel, and behave. 

Telehealth 101

Telehealth is the new normal and is super easy to get started. 

 * Forms are completed electronically. 

 * Sessions include video and audio and are hosted on a HIPAA compliant platform. 

 * Virtual clients must be located in Missouri and must be 18+

Get the life you want. 


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    Worry less, laugh more, and establish meaningful relationships by prioritizing yourself today. 

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