Sandra views the therapy relationship as an opportunity to create a safe space for individuals to explore their current situation. Through the use of mindfulness, breath work, painting, and an exploration of the relationship between thoughts, behaviors, and feelings, she guides clients to discover the best approach to make changes in their life.
Sandra studied psychology and early childhood education as an undergraduate at the University of Central Texas which became affiliated with Tarleton State University. She continued her studies as a graduate student at Tarleton, which merged with Texas A&M University, studying psychology from a research-based perspective for the goal of entering into clinical practice. After graduating with a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Texas A&M University Central Texas, she earned an additional graduate degree from the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest studying spirituality and ethics. Her research culminated into a thesis paper titled Human Love: Enriching the Concept of Intimacy.
When not in the office, Sandra enjoys reading books, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends.