I received my master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Rowan University and my bachelor's in Psychology from Wagner University. Prior to moving to Austin in 2017, I maintained a full and thriving practice and helped many children, adolescents, young adults, and families heal from eating disorders. I also have experience working in crisis, college counseling, and educational settings.
My clients and their families have described me as radically genuine, dynamic, & interactive. I am not a smile-and-nod therapist and I take pride in that. I will roll my sleeves up and get in there with you and we will work toward healing together. My therapeutic style is integrative and individual-focused, with special attention given to each client’s unique personality & strengths. I believe that working collaboratively with families, other mental health and health professionals, and other systems relevant to the client’s life is a crucial piece of therapeutic success.