How we respond to the complications in our lives matter. What if we didn’t allow fear to be the navigator on our life journey?
I would like to help you become more discovery-oriented and more open to exploring your experiences and your life narratives. By sorting through the complications, learning new skills to address these challenges, I believe you can move forward in becoming your most authentic self.
I hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Roosevelt University. I enjoy working with children (10+), adolescents, couples and families. I also enjoy working with adults experiencing challenges in their personal and/or professional life. I strive to create a nurturing, non-judgmental, supportive therapeutic environment that encourages self-awareness, self-empowerment and skills building that leads to positive change.