I am passionate about my clients, cultivating the skills and tools needed to enhance their emotional well-being in all areas of life.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia (LPC012932).
I attended Clayton State University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Human Services and a Master of Education degree in School Counseling from Georgia State University. I also received an Education Specialist degree from the University of Mississippi in Counselor Education, with an emphasis in Play Therapy.
Before working as a mental health clinician, I worked as an elementary School Counselor for eight years. Working with children and families in the public school setting afforded me the unique opportunity to assist families in navigating the specialized support that school districts offer to students who may require additional support via a 504 plan or Individualized Education Plan.
My work in the mental health field has included work as a community support individual, offering skill-building sessions for children and families. I have also worked as a therapist for individuals and families to address concerns such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, coping with life issues, and relationship issues.
As a clinician, I am passionate about using solution-focused, cognitive behavioral, and play therapy modalities with clients to cultivate the skills and tools needed to enhance their emotional well-being in all areas of life.