- Academic anxiety and performance
- Assertiveness and confidence
- Attachment insecurity
- Blended Families
- Child behavior/defiance
- Communication Skills
- Conflict Management
- Interpersonal Skills
- School Refusal
- Self Esteem
- Stress Management
- Time Management
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
- M.A., Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Occupational Therapy
- B.A. Psychology
- PLAY Project Consultant
Helping Clients Thrive
My approach to therapy is to provide a safe environment where my young clients can express themselves through a play-based approach that is therapeutic, creative, and fun while we work on exploring various concerns, behaviors, trauma, or emotional distress they may be experiencing. I also like to empower parents through coaching and provide them with the necessary tools they may need to assist their child in reaching their goals.
I enjoy spending time with my family that consists of my husband, six year-old daughter, and my little Yorkie, Abby. We enjoy family outings, game night, camping, and taking vacations to have new adventures. The beach is my absolute happy place! To recharge, I love to exercise, swim, take walks, and attend church at Good News Gathering.
What I Like Most About Being a Counselor
What I love the most about being a counselor, is working with families and children through a play-based approach to reach their fullest potential as they navigate through life’s obstacles, as well as celebrating their success!
Words To Live By
“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”
“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?” ~Dr. Seuss
Enter through the main entrance, walk past the café and down the hallway on the north side of the building. The Resource Room will be the second door on the right.