about me

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As a therapist I strive to create a safe, collaborative, and authentic healing environment, where I can assist individuals, couples, and families work through life’s challenges. In therapy, I utilize an integrative approach that nurtures the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual parts of the self while working to eliminate any obstacles that stand in the way of attaining your goals. I believe wholeheartedly in the therapeutic process through a collaborative relationship with my clients. In working with couples, I strive to find reasons for how disconnection evolved and work with the couple to repair relationship injuries such as infidelity. Relationships suffer from conflicts when we are not using the proper language to communicate our needs. In therapy, I will work with the couple in providing tools to learn new language in order to effectively heal these wounds. I completed my undergraduate studies in the disciplines of Biological Science and Education while attending the University of North Carolina and the University of South Florida earning my Bachelors of Science Degree in 1996. I began my graduate work in Psychology earning a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2004. After earning my Masters in Counseling Psychology, I began my counseling work with the Palm Beach Diocese. Beginning in 2009, in adidtion to offering counseling services I worked as an adjunct professor for Argosy University for over ten years. I earned my terminal degree of Doctor of Clinical Psychology at California Southern University, completing my practicum work at the Christ Fellowship Counseling Center providing counseling services to individual adults, couples, and families.

University of North Carolina

Biological Science and Education

University of South Florida

Biological Science and Education

Palm Beach Atlantic University

Master Of Science In Counseling Psychology

California Southern University

Doctor Of Clinical Psychology