Cody is currently a graduate student at the University of Minnesota in the Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology (CSPP) program. She is interested in evaluating the various attachments we have in our life and how they help form and mold us into who we are. She recognizes that the relationships in our lives are important, but also that it’s important for us to focus on who we are as individuals. She has a deep rooted passion in supporting others in order to become the best versions of themselves, however that may look. Growing up in a military family has inspired her to work with people who may not come from conventional backgrounds; she recognizes that everyone is unique and comes with their own arsenal of strengths. Moving constantly herself, she feels confident in helping those going through major life transitions, whether it’s due to family changes, school or work. She recognizes that these transitions may come with other difficulties, including various disorders (anxiety and depression) and adjustment problems (relationship and attachment issues). She is open to working with all age groups utilizing holistic approaches that are adapted to the individual’s unique needs.