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WI 365 Coordinator; Bahá’í-inspired Therapist & Drama Therapist

I hold a masters in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Drama Therapy, as well as a bachelors in Theatre with a minor in Psychology. I have further training in the Expressive Arts, and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) Mindfulness. As a Drama Therapist I have had the opportunity to empower inmates at San Quentin State Prison through the transformative power of theatre, and have had the honor of supporting teen refugees in Oakland and underserved families in Los Angeles. I am excited about the human experience and use storytelling, the creative word, and creative arts as instruments to support my clients in their journey of growth. I am honored to be working with the Wilmette Institute and look forward to both sharing and learning with my collaborators. Currently, my husband, daughter, and I are pioneering in Norway.

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