I am a doctoral student, psychoanalyst candidate, licensed psychotherapist, and practicing historian-philosopher. I am a graduate student in history with research interests in philosophy, psychoanalysis, and thanatology. Within these contexts, I look to uncover historical silences in regard to the philosophical take of the human experience.
My doctorate research at Texas Woman's University pertains to existential crisis and death, as well as therapist epistemology and ontology. My expected graduation date is in 2025. I currently hold a master of arts in marriage and family therapy. My license is in marriage and family therapy, in addition I am a licensed chemical dependency counselor. Further information about my clinical work can be found on my company site.
I am concurrently pursuing a second master's degree in history at Eastern Washington University, my expected graduation date is in 2024. I have hopes of a second doctorate in history after 2025 to further research within the intersection of women's intellectual history and philosophy, and the global 17th-19th centuries. My academic interests are in writing, lecturing, and theoretical and empirical research.
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