I thoroughly enjoy counseling and helping others find healing, solutions, and finding a way to live a life in their most positive definition. I have extensive counseling experience throughout the past 12 years with teens, young adults, adults, and families. I received my bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2007 from SUNY Albany, my M.Ed. in School Counseling from UMass, Boston in 2009, and most recently, my Advanced Certificate of Graduate Study in Mental Health Counseling from the University at Buffalo in June of 2022. I have been a School Counselor since 2010 up until recently, working with teens and their families on a variety of social and mental health concerns. I have worked with young adults at Roberts Wesleyan College on a variety of mental health issues, and currently provide mental health counseling for adults in a healthcare setting. I have experience working with trauma, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, relationship issues, communication concerns, ADHD concerns, and use a variety of modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy – to name a few. In all modalities used, I have a humanistic and client-centered approach.