Providing Therapy to Adolescents and Adults
Your Best Self Is Within Reach
Mental Health Therapist- MHC-LP
Life is a journey filled with experiences that can impact us both positively and negatively. Leaving us to decide if we are living a fulfilling life, or if we need assistance in achieving our highest potential. Individuals seek therapy for a variety of reasons such as anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem/ identity issues, life transitions, and more. Self-discovery is an internal process which helps us to create a balanced approach to change. I have experience with working with individuals across the lifespan.
My work focuses on meeting my clients where they are and creating a collaborative relationship where possibilities can be explored and change can happen. I seek to de-stigmatize mental healthcare within our communities. I've worked with children/adolescents, young adults, and adults.
My job is to create a safe space for every individual to learn, grow and heal. In addition to motivating clients towards positive changes, I utilize a non-judgmental culturally appropriate approach to therapy. Together, we will create a plan that will assist you in reaching your goals. I offer a free consultation by phone.
What I Specialize In
Self-Discovery and Self-Identity
Therapy is a journey that allows scars to become beauty marks.
“Confidence literally starts from yourself. You have to go look in the mirror at yourself. If you don’t like what you see, you’re going to give off that energy.”
- Megan Thee Stallion
“Sadly, too often, the stigma around mental health prevents people who need help from seeking it. But that simply doesn’t make any sense. Whether an illness affects your heart, your arm or your brain, it’s still an illness, and there shouldn’t be any distinction…we should make it clear that getting help isn’t a sign of weakness — it’s a sign of strength — and we should ensure that people can get the treatment they need.”
- Michelle Obama
“I finally realized that owning up to your vulnerabilities is a form of strength. And making the choice to go to therapy is a form of strength.”