I have been working with NeuroTherapy and Trauma Center of Utah since 2015. I was born in Evanston, Wyoming. When I was 6 years old, my mom, my 3 siblings and I moved to Roy, Utah. I graduated from Roy High School where I was a part of the dance team, the Royalaires, and I participated in choir. Dancing and singing are my all-time favorite things to do.
I met a wonderful man named Gabriel, and we were married in 2016. We want a family eventually, but for now we have 8 snakes, 1 dog, 2 cats and a bunny. You could say we LOVE our animals!
I enjoy being a Neurofeedback Technician because I love to help people and see them improve their lives. I once worked with a man who served in the war and had PTSD. He made me think about all of the women and men who have fought for our freedom, and I realized that I wanted to help them through their difficult emotions and memories. He told me that when jets fly in the sky, he would get in a panic and want to hide because it reminded him of the jets that drop bombs in war.
When he told me about this experience I felt devastated that I couldn’t do anything at the time. Then I thought about neurofeedback and how it helps people who have experienced trauma. I felt that as a neurofeedback technician I could help him in some way, and that’s the reason I am here: to help other people.