I am a doctoral student at Texas Woman's University entering candidacy in the summer of 2024; a licensed psychotherapist, psychoanalyst candidate, and a concurrent graduate student historian/philosopher. Within these contexts I look to uncover historical silences in regard to the philosophical take of the human experience and apply these components within a clinical space.
My doctorate research at Texas Woman's University pertains to research in relation to maternal death and the experiences of existential crisis conditions from the lens of object relations and attachment theory. My expected graduation date is in the fall of 2025. Further information about my clinical work can be found on my company site.
I have hopes of a second doctorate in history after 2025 to further research in American epistemology and intellectual history of the 17th-19th centuries and its corresponding relations to Western philosophy. I will complete my second master's in history from Eastern Washington University in the summer of 2024 with a thesis pertaining to the 17th-century enlightenment period.