About Me

As a positive psychology practitioner

I offer tools and tactics that enhance wellbeing to others.That manifests in a variety of ways – from offering trainings to organizations to speaking at conferences and facilitating intimate workshops. Broadly speaking, I provide individuals and communities the resources to bridge the gap between where they are and where they wish to be through evidence-based positive psychology practices. Through my workshops, trainings, and talks, I hold space for others to foster meaningful connection through vulnerable and authentic conversation. Participants walk away with new strategies to improve mental, emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing.

It all started when

I studied Human Development at Oswego State University to understand the underlying aspects of human behavior. I sought many experiences to empower my peers to lead happier and healthier lives. It wasn’t until I took a course in positive psychology that I felt I had the resources to truly catalyze my passion for empowering others to fulfill their potential.

I also serve as volunteer in the Mind Body Lab at Syracuse University and study the many benefits of mindfulness based interventions on youth and their families. My interest in positive psychology theory and research allows me to enrich my services with the latest research findings, providing science-backed and evidence-based knowledge and tools for you to use in your daily lives.

My love and experience with teaching and speaking, combined with my extensive knowledge of positive psychology theory, research, and practices enables me to provide useful, evidence-based (and dare I say fun) experiences for others to live happy, authentic, and meaningful lives.

Fun facts

Plants bring me great joy, I believe Wegmans carrot cake can cure any ailment, and have an immense amount of love for Harry Potter. You can usually find me romping around with any combination of my seven nieces and nephews.

My desire to provide the tools for people to realize their fullest potential is a driving force in my everyday life. Positive psychology provides the scientific backing to do so. I would love to chat with you about it!