I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology and started off my career working with adult women who had been through traumatic experiences and domestic violence relationships. I completed my Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from NOVA Southeastern University. I worked as a substance abuse counselor for adults in an in-patient facility.
I spent the next few years switching gears to work with parents and family members with youth in the foster care system, Person In Need of Supervision and Juvenile Delinquent cases.
My last years I have been working with a variety of different clients in a private practice setting.
One thing I realized from working with all different types of individuals is that pain is pain. No one wants to feel in pain or feel suffering. Working together as a collaborative team in counseling you can feel a little less in pain and struggle a little less. There is hope to feel better!
I hope working with me you will see my warm nature and sincere presence creates and atmosphere for healing and growth. My work with diverse populations is guided by these principles and my energy is inviting to address difficult issues in a safe manner.
Years in Practice: 8 years
School: Nova South Eastern University
Religious Orientation: All
For your convenience, sessions can take place in person at the office in Saratoga Springs, or over the phone/Skype.