If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my life that I apply to every therapy client I see, it’s that…
LIFE DOESN’T END AFTER ONE BAD EVENT
Life can be great!
But it takes a lot of work. I’ve had to move around a lot, and I’ve had multiple career changes, but I’ve finally figured out some things that make me happy:
I love my pets
I love my yarn to knit and crochet with.
And I love my work.
I love helping women find empowerment, healthy boundaries, and ultimately work towards creating healthier and happier lives for themselves.
After being out of school for almost two decades, I went back to school to do this work because I knew it was something I’d be good at that would also be helping people. I haven’t looked back since. This work is by far the most rewarding work I’ve done. There’s no better feeling than helping my clients break through and out of negative thinking. I love seeing my clients achieve the goals we set together. And I love guiding them on their journey to a healthier, happier life.
Please take that first step of scheduling a free consult with me.
I look forward to working with you.
I've practiced counseling in a private setting as well as a non-profit agency treating such issues as depression, anxiety, sexual abuse, trauma and domestic violence. Volunteering and working for three years as an adult advocate assisting clients in obtaining restraining orders, allowed me to become familiar with the judicial system.
When I’m not helping my clients reach new breakthroughs, I enjoy listening to podcasts of any thing positive and motivating. Yarn is an expensive passion but I can't get enough. Knitting and crochet are pastimes that calm me while I'm being creative. I enjoy spending time with family and friends. If you ask anyone who knows me if I love animals........the answer will always be YES!!!!!
DePaul University, Chicago IL
Bachelor of Arts, 1995
Amberton University, Dallas TX
Master's in Professional Counseling, 2012
North Carolina ( LPC 12230 )
Florida ( registered telehealth provider )