In relation to the field of psychotherapy and counseling, I hold a Master of Arts degree from Lewis & Clark College in Counseling Psychology completing both Counseling Psychology and Marriage, Couples and Family programs. I completed my internship training at DePaul’s Youth Residential Treatment Center (Portland, OR) in both in-patient and out-patient.
I studied philosophy as an undergraduate at Lewis & Clark College. During this time, I studied predominantly phenomenology, existentialism and philosophy of mind. I also studied in Weimar, Germany at the Nietzsche archives in writing my thesis and earning myself Honors in Philosophy when graduating.
I am currently under supervision of Bob Edelstein, an existential-humanistic therapist in continuing to merge my two studies of philosophy and therapy.