Are the tasks in your life beginning to feel unmanageable? Would you like to feel more comfortable in your own skin? Are you noticing patterns in your relationships that you would like to change? Do you need a judgment-free space to process your experiences? You deserve this space and it is my mission to provide you with it. I believe my role as a therapist is to help individuals develop inner calm in managing life issues, while maintaining mental and emotional stability. I want to help you work through the obstacles that life has put in your path and help you process the obstacles that you have already overcome.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Psychology and a concentration in Developmental Psychology from George Mason University. In a previous role as a resident advisor, I worked directly with students from a wide range of backgrounds and identities experiencing anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation, survivors of sexual assault, as well as other forms of trauma. In this role, I learned how to have a positive, calming, and supportive impact in the lives of people who are struggling. Now, as a Graduate Student in Mental Health Counseling at the University of Georgia, I’m able to expand on those skills, offering a compassionate, open-minded therapeutic relationship, along with the necessary skills to help you grow and heal. I have had training to support those experiencing suicidal ideation (Mason Cares), Title IX training, and Conflict Resolution training.
What to Expect from me
I want to empower you! I want to help you along your developmental journey. It will not be easy, but I will be there with you encouraging you through each step. I am available to work with adult and adolescent Individuals and Couples, and have afternoon and evening availability. If you would like to set up an appointment with me, please feel free to reach out to our Intake Coordinator at 706-820-7041. I hope to see you soon!