A little about me, I am a licensed professional counselor in Pennsylvania and am board certified (NCC) by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). I hold a Doctoral degree in International Psychology with a concentration in Trauma Services from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I also hold a Master’s degree in Community and Trauma Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Philadelphia University, now Thomas Jefferson University.
In addition to my counseling practice, where I see individuals, couples, and families, I am part of a practice called Crossover Counseling - Life After Sports that looks to support individuals who are current or former athletes transitioning from their sport.
In the past, I have provided school counseling for grades 9-12 at a local private school and was an adjunct faculty professor at Jefferson University. In addition, I have experience with many age populations after working at a children’s treatment center, veteran organization, addictions facility, and domestic violence center.
Please feel free to call or email me to discuss the possibility of working together and to see if I may be the right fit for you or your family.
Areas of Focus
Trauma & Chronic Stress
Other Areas of Focus include:
I use a humanistic, person-centered approach, utilizing a trauma-informed perspective. I strongly believe in the counselor-individual relationship, and feel a person's experiences influence their outlook and approach to the world. Through this approach, I feel individuals have the potential to grow if they have the support and environment to do so.
Couples & Family