Clinical Director of Individual and Virtual Services
I have built a career out of my passion for helping others. I have worked with children, teens, adults and families in several different capacities over many years. I have helped people with a variety of problems, such as, anxiety, depression, life transitions, childhood and adult trauma and relationship problems.
Degree: Masters of Social Services and Masters of Law and Social Policy
Institution: Bryn Mawr College
Year Graduated: 2012
Certification Name: Child and Family Wellbeing
Issuing Organization: Bryn Mawr College
Year Acquired: 2012
Certification Name: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Issuing Organization: Beck Institute
Year Acquired: 2021
I use a mix of therapeutic approaches when working with clients. I like to get to know a person and help the person decide on a course of action based on their needs and personality. I am a firm believer that any and all interventions need to be focused on the person. This means that we will work together to decide what works best for your lifestyle and the changes you would like to make. I am empathetic and genuinely believe that all of us are able to grow from our experiences. I believe that hope is one of our greatest human qualities and holds us during our harder moments in life. We have the ability to change and the power to heal from our life circumstances. I am always grateful to be a part of that journey for those I work with. I have a conversational style and approach during sessions and like to spend some time getting to know my clients as we work together.
Everyone’s mental health journey is unique, and we’re here to ensure you find the right support for yours.