My philosophy as a therapist is to treat each person as a unique individual, worthy of unconditional acceptance, regardless of his or her personal circumstances or struggles. It is my desire to come alongside, challenge, and encourage my clients to find healing emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling University of Phoenix 2004
Bachelors' Degree from Utah State University in Family Human Development 2002
Provided specific one on one and group therapy for adults with mental health/substance disorders.
Provided therapy for adolescents within the family structure with Family Functional Therapy.
Collaborated with other professionals within the DCFS population as DCFS case worker.
Provided services for adults and adolescents while working as a mental health case manager for a small mental health agency.
Volunteered as a Head Start Parent Coordinator.
Provided therapy for Domestic Violence both victim and adult individuals, as well as I have provided therapy to adolescence survivors of domestic violence.
I like to spend time with my children and get involved in their activities and interests. I like to travel and see new places. I like to learn new things, I am motivated to better myself each day, and I like to spend time outdoors. I
enjoy watching nature shows as well as I stay active physically by going to a local gym. I further enjoy cooking and learning recipes. I have spent time listening to and engaging in conversations with others that have different
believes than my own believes.
Childhood Adjustment Issues
Major Life and Family Changes
OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Spouses and Families of Addicts
TF-CBT – Target Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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