Analie is a trainee in her final year of her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at William Jessup University. Her B.A. is in Communications from Master’s University. While working for a radio station and taking crisis calls, she realized she loved hearing people’s stories and providing a safe harbor in life’s storms.
One of her favorite images to describe the process of therapy is that of a tree beside streams of water that begins to form roots that grow deep. Sometimes life holds hard seasons that can feel difficult to make sense of, especially if we have walked through trauma or loss of any kind. However, having one supportive person can be life-changing and bring new hope and strength. In the words of C.S. Lewis, “Hardships often prepare ordinary people for extraordinary destiny.” Analie loves working with children and people of all ages by helping them re-author their stories through narrative and internal family systems techniques. Her areas of special interest include anxiety, trauma, grief, attachment, religious abuse, and more.
In her free time, Analie loves physical challenges like hot Pilates, yoga, running, and hiking. She is an avid reader, fan of matcha lattes, and can be found soaking in the pool on sunny days.