I graduated with my BA in Special Education in 1996 and from there, I went on to earn my Master’s degree in Counseling from Wayne State University in 2006. I have many years of experience with all ages of school-aged children and adolescents.
I have been working in the school system since 1996 as a Special Education Teacher/Consultant until 2020 when I became a guidance counselor. I have been fortunate enough to work with students who struggle in all areas; academically, emotionally, socially and in day-to-day life!
One thing that has become really important to me is advocating and empowering women and young adults. Building a relationship with my clients using a Person-Centered Approach and using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is how I feel like I can best meet YOUR needs. Advocating and Empowering women and young adults is a focus for me. My goal is to create a comfortable and safe place for my clients to empower themselves through therapy.