Allie brings a person-centered approach to her work and highlights the importance of meeting each individual where they are at on their life’s journey. She believes that every person has a voice, and every voice’s importance and uniqueness deserves to be heard. Working closely with people of many different experiences and stories, Allie has developed an approach focused on healing, feeling and understanding from within.
Allie strives to continue participating in the lives of individuals ranging from adolescence to young adulthood, as well as families, through the lens of person-centered and family systems modalities. Additionally, Allie has spent valued time working with individuals of all ages who have experienced traumatic brain injuries, anxiety/depression, life transitions and trauma. She has learned the importance of education and understanding, as well as advocacy and progressive recovery.
In her spare time, Allie enjoys spending time outdoors on hikes and at the lake, getting Pup-cup frappuccinos with her best four-legged friend, watching hockey games, and seeing all of the beautiful things this world has to offer. Smiles, laughs, authenticity and making memories are what makes Allie’s world go round, and meeting as many people as she can to share these with is Allie’s main goal.