I am a psychological associate and have loved working with children, families, and adults. I grew up in northern California and earned my B.A. in Psychology from Biola University. Throughout college, I worked at a summer camp for children. There, my passion for working with children increased and I knew I wanted to be a therapist to work with others and help them grow. After graduation, I worked at a residential center for children. I then attended Rosemead School of Psychology, earning my PsyD in Clinical Psychology. As a therapist, I have worked in a variety of settings, including schools, community health centers, and college counseling centers.
Who I am as a therapist
I focus on each client as a unique person with their own strengths and hopes. I work to create a space where you can grow and we can work together towards your goals. Having a space where you can share your story and be met with empathy is something I deeply value. I believe that you are the expert on yourself! Your input, thoughts, and feelings are so important and I will make space for you to process and express them!
Why I love what I do
Listening to clients’ stories and walking alongside them is such a privilege. I love to see clients’ growth and celebrate progress and success together, as well as validate struggles and pain. Working to reduce the stigma of therapy and providing a place for clients to be fully themselves without apology is so important to me. Seeing children and families increase their strengths is always key to me!
My areas of focus include, but are not limited to:
Dr. Seldomridge (PSB 94026434) is supervised by Erica Wollerman, Psy.D. (PSY 25614)