I approach ethological, strengths-based, and client-centered perspectives that incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy, family system,
, and attachment to understand the patterns of behavior that interfere with reaching goals while creating safety for personal growth.
I have experience working in Community-Based, Outpatient, and hospital mental health settings as a licensed professional counselor. I am currently at Eastern University for a Doctor of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy studies for a further degree. I have a passion for working with teens, adults, and older adults to assist them in developing and finding healthy coping skills when dealing with stressors, including life transitions. My areas of expertise and special interest include depression, anxiety, coping skills, interpersonal conflict, racial identity, and stress management.