I provide treatment from a humanistic approach with a perspective that mental illness is not who you are but a period in time. I treat the whole person with intentions to build rapport and cater to the uniqueness of everyone.
I received my B.S. in Psychology from Wayne State University; and my M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Michigan School of Professional Psychology. I currently attend Grand Canyon University pursuing my Doctorate in Behavioral Health.
I have experience working with many populations that experience a variety of mental issues such as Substance Use, Addictions, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Domestic Violence, Parenting, Bipolar, and Trauma.
I have a passion and complete love for helping individuals, groups, couples as well as families develop coping skills and techniques that will help them return to their desired daily functions.