Stephanie strives to help people live their most authentic and fulfilling life.
She’s passionate about the psychodynamic approach, particularly the notion of right-brain implicit processing and has interest in existential therapy.
In addition, Stephanie is fascinated in the impact of early childhood attachment on an individual’s adult life and the potential for a positive therapeutic experience to transform insecure attachments.
Stephanie is currently in the process of completing her MA degree from the Family Institute at Northwestern University. She graduated from the College of William and Mary with a major in English and a minor in Psychology.
Stephanie’s areas of concentration are children, adolescents, and trauma.
- BA - College of William and Mary