Juliet received her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mercer University School of Medicine. While obtaining her Master’s, Juliet gained valuable experience working at a traditional family therapy center, as well as in a hospital setting working with a wide variety of clientele. Prior to receiving her Master’s, Juliet earned her B.S. in Psychology from Georgia College. Juliet knew from a young age that she wanted to be a therapist, and she has been pursuing this dream ever since. She is deeply passionate about helping others and her therapeutic style embodies a compassionate, mindful, and empathetic approach.
Juliet works with adolescents and young adults experiencing a variety of difficulties in areas such as self-worth and self-compassion, shame and perfectionism, boundary development, work-life balance, life transitions, emotional regulation, depression, and anxiety. She is intentional about creating a safe and nonjudgmental space for emotional processing and authentic presence. Juliet guides her clients through psychological flexibility to empower them through their stories. She incorporates mindfulness and emotion-focused interventions to embrace what it means to be human, foster healing, and restore inner peace.
Juliet enjoys exploring the city, and practicing yoga and pilates during her free time. She is also completely fluent in Spanish.
Juliet is practicing under the supervision of Rebekah Jones, LPC, CPCS.