Hi, I'm Margot!
I'm a post-masters marriage and family therapist candidate practicing out of Fort Collins, CO with a focus in counseling.
I work well with couples, individuals, and families who have experienced trauma or are struggling to navigate through depression, anxiety, PTSD, sexual distress/trauma, family conflict/estrangement, LGBTQ+ identities, and/or nontraditional relationship structures.
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate (MFTC) practicing out of Fort Collins, CO at the CCAC main office. I recently graduated with an M.S. in Human Development and Family Studies - Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Colorado State University and am working towards licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy in the state of Colorado.
I am a systems-oriented therapist, meaning that I am trained to examine the impact that systems like family, society, work, etc. have on my clients and to assist my clients in these relationships. I have clinical experience working with clients who are experiencing depression, anxiety, PTSD, sexual distress/trauma, family conflict/estrangement, LGBTQ+ issues, attachment distress, and/or nontraditional relationship structures.
As a therapist, I want to collaborate with my clients to cultivate a space that fosters feelings of safety and authenticity. I do through taking a compassionate, open, and non-judgmental stance with my clients and find that through the course of our work together, we co-create a therapeutic relationship that allows my clients to work towards healing.
A little bit about me is that I am an identical twin from Indiana. I moved to Colorado for college and went to CSU for both my undergrad, and graduate degrees (once a ram, always a ram). When I am not giving therapy, you can find me taking care of my plants, crocheting, reading, cooking a new Pinterest recipe, or outside walking my dog with my husband.