Cheyenne graduated from Mount Mercy University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and minor in Sociology in 2018. As a student therapist, she aspires to create an environment that facilitates growth and healing through collaboration and non-judgement. Cheyenne whole-heartedly believes that it is not she who is the expert, but rather the client and strives to help individuals feel heard and accepted throughout their experience in therapy. Safety, understanding, and acceptance are essential to Cheyenne’s method of creating a therapeutic relationship with any of her clients, and undoubtably affirms members from every walk of life, including those of LGBTQ+ communities seeking therapy and mutual respect.
When not working, you can find her practicing family relations through assisting in caring for her two young nephews. During random moments of down time or self-care, she enjoys reading, nature, spending time with her dog, working on automotive projects, and enjoying moments with her friends and family.
- Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy
- LGBTQ+ and Gender Identity
- Adolescents and teenagers
- Life Stressors
- Play Therapy
- Military Families