My experience in the mental health field began when I graduated from SUNY Oneonta in 2017 with my BS in Sociology and Psychology. I worked with kids, adolescents, and their families in a residential treatment center at the LaSalle School for my graduate internship and completed my Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2020. I have experience working in community-based treatment services with families residing in the Capital Region. I continued working with children, adolescents and their families experiencing a variety of challenges, including complex trauma, attachment issues, anxiety, depression, and more in a residential setting.
I am a strong advocate for self-care and mental health, and strive to assist my clients using a variety of approaches. I mainly utilize cognitive-behavioral and person-centered techniques to aid and encourage my clients as they grow and work towards their goals. My role as a therapist is to meet my clients where they are at, and be a positive support through their mental health journey.
School: The College of St. Rose
Religious Orientation: All
Ages: Children, Teens, and young adults.
For your convenience, sessions can take place in person at the office in Saratoga Springs, or over the phone/Skype.