“I believe what drew me to this field was the idea of helping others connect the dots to their past; what is hysterical is often historical.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I have always wanted to help others. I have been in the field of social work since 2003, and I really cannot see myself doing anything else. I believe what drew me to this field was the idea of helping others connect the dots to their past; what is hysterical is often historical. Our past is connected to our present and many people benefit from a trained therapist who can help them make these connections.
What should someone know about working with you?
I believe that each therapy session is an investment in you. As a result, I make the most of each session. I believe in giving you practical tools, “a tool box” to help you navigate the challenges in your life.
What makes you unique as a therapist?
I have experience working with many different types of populations, struggles, challenges, and issues. I have worked with adults, senior citizens, and children. I have worked in adult day cares, school settings, care management organizations, and private practice as well. This experience has shaped my practice and allowed me to help and assist so many, with my diverse background.
“I am a warm, caring, and empathetic listener who helps my clients feel comfortable in sharing their past, present, and future goals.”