about me

I’m a Kansas City girl through and through: born here, grew up here, stayed here. I played softball at Northwest Missouri State and the University of Kansas where I graduated with a BS in Finance. My journey to recovered inspired me to help others struggling with eating disorders so I returned to school and received my MS in Counseling Psychology at Avila University. In my spare time, I love hiking with my dog, cheering on local sports teams and hanging out with my husband and twin toddler boys.


My Truth

I know from firsthand experience how difficult and exhausting living with an eating disorder can be. I know the ways it affects our families and those who love us. However, I also know that finding a path back to who we truly are is possible, and that this journey can teach us so much if we’re ready and willing to accept it.

What I Believe

I believe that there is so much more to you and your life than your eating disorder. It may feel like you are barely keeping your head above water some days. It may feel scary to let go, to release what you have held on to for so long and to walk down a different path. And yet, I believe—and I know—that recovery is possible for YOU!