" I am committed to helping patients create a self-care plan that will give them confidence in their ability to actually decrease their pain, restore functioning, and improve their quality of life. My practice focuses on increasing patient's understanding of centralized pain, teaching evidence-based coping skills to regulate central nervous system arousal, and reducing fear of movement and pain."
"I completed my bachelors degree in psychology at St. Olaf College, and my masters and doctoral degrees in clinic Psychology at Purdue University. I completed my internship at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine where I later served on the faculty of the psychiatry Department."
" In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and adult children, crocheting, binge watching Netflix, and taking our three dogs for long walks."