None of us are immune to the difficulties of life. Maybe you are seeking clarity and encouragement in a relationship, your career, or a life transition. Perhaps you feel like something is missing or out of balance and you want to find a better way. Maybe you just experienced a devastating loss or disappointment. You might just be stuck in a “rough patch” and need some help getting out. If any of this describes you, I look forward to talking with you.
We all can benefit from counseling at times. Far from being a sign of weakness, seeking help is a proactive first step toward getting better! Difficult times, while painful, can lead to newly-found wisdom, strength, and happiness.
I love to walk alongside people to help them build a bridge from their current challenge to a hopeful future. I combine my graduate study in theology with evidence-based therapeutic practices to encourage and equip clients to glean new skills that can benefit them for the rest of their lives.
M.S. in Counseling, Barry University
Dual Specialization in Mental Health Therapy and Marriage and Family Therapy
M.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies, Knox Theological Seminary
B.S. In Communication, University of Florida
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Adjunct Professor, Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services, Broward College
Experience building relationships with teenagers as a middle school and high school teacher
Married over 25 years with two children
Areas of specialization:
Providing a unique blend of counseling and coaching to help clients move from areas of difficulty to success
Achieving and maintaining emotional balance
Relationship counseling and coaching
Emerging from depression
Overcoming stress and anxiety
Navigating life transitions: changing careers, adoption, grief, school challenges