I am a licensed psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. My employment in community mental health and intern experience include working with the following individuals: Emotionally impaired children and adolescents; developmentally disabled children ages 5-17; adults with developmental disabilities; adults with co-occurring disorders. This experience includes residential and community-based treatment programs.
My specialization is working with adoptees who struggle with identity and attachment issues, and with individuals who are dealing with depression, grief and loss, and general anxiety.
I believe that therapy promotes self expression and personal growth, empowering one’s ability to gain control of and insight into the issues they are struggling with. The tools that I use include narrative therapy, journaling and expressive drawing. I embrace the humanistic principals in finding those common denominators which link all of us together while respecting one’s individuality.
I work out of the following clinics: