Addison is an LMFT intern completing her therapy degree at the University of Miami. Addison received her master’s degree from Florida State University, and her bachelor’s degree from Longwood University. Addison has experience as a teacher and coach, and she has lived abroad in Puerto Rico and Spain.
Addison is trained in individual, couple, and family therapy. Addison believes in a dynamic approach to psychotherapy, and she is dedicated to understanding each person in their entirety. Through working with Addison, clients will be encouraged to gently investigate their relationships, family dynamics, and their subconscious.
Addison enjoys helping others understand and cope with the many stressors that life presents. She is trained in helping clients deal with anxiety, depression, stress, marital issues, self-esteem, grief, body image, relationship problems, break ups, divorce, family discord, and communication problems.
While Addison adheres to a postmodern approach to psychotherapy, she believes that each person’s therapy should be unique and tailored to the individual and their needs. Addison pulls from a Systems perspective, and uses elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gottman Couples Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and the Roman philosophical teachings of Stoicism.
In her spare time, Addison enjoys staying active, spending time with loved ones, studying history, coaching dance, and playing with her golden retriever.