Mary is in her fifth year of training in Counseling Psychology. Her clinical work is guided by the belief that each person is the expert in their own lives and has the inherent strength and resources they need to grow and thrive in ways that are personally meaningful to them.
She strives to create a collaborative, respectful, and authentic therapeutic space for clients to identify and build upon those strengths. Her approach is also influenced by the reality that humans don’t exist in a vacuum—She endeavors to attend to the complex influences of cultural identities, sociopolitical context, privilege and oppression, and systems of power in her clients lives and in the therapy room.
In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, spending quality time with her cat, and exploring antique shops and estate sales.
- BS, University of Rochester
- MS, University of Oregon