BA, M.Ed. Candidate
Why should you see Grace for mental health counseling?
When you decide you want to see a therapist, it’s likely that there is stress coming from several different places. Whether it’s family or relationship concerns, stress about the state of the world, not feeling like the best version of yourself, all of the above, or something completely different, problems usually don’t exist in a vacuum, nor should they be treated in one. When you sit down with Grace, you’ll begin by looking at the big picture of your life.
By zooming out, you can begin to explore the factors that contribute to your concerns. These might be old ways of looking at your life, assumptions you’ve made about what you’re capable of, or various roles you play in your relationships. Together, you can unpack those factors, hold them at arm's length, and explore the ways in which they are affecting your overall sense wellbeing.
Grace provides a safe, non-judgmental space to reflect on what’s important to you, and the meaning you find in the people, places and ideas that make you who you are. With awareness comes the power to choose, and with the power to choose comes the ability to build a life reflective of who you are and the way you want to show up in the world.
Grace is a graduate student at University of Missouri-St. Louis, and is completing her field experience internship for her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Grace is a Missouri native. While traveling, she studied yoga in India.
Grace is being supervised by St. Louis Wellness Center Director Gwin Stewart, PhD., CRAADC, MARS.
Missouri state psychology license 2002011104
Missouri state substance abuse certification 2142, 7309
• Individual Psychotherapy