Personal Statement

As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Registered Art Therapist (ATR), I work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. I employ a broad range of mind and body focused therapies to help individuals be more creative, caring, and productive in their lives and careers, possessing a deeper sense of balance and self-esteem. The skills developed during therapy continue to help my clients long after they leave counseling.

Support for the elderly, their caregivers, survivors of sexual assault and individual with disabilities

I have a deep commitment to working with the elderly, particularly individuals living with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and their family members who may be struggling with the duties of full-time caregiving. We live most of our lives with stable, predictable parents. As our parents age, however, transitions come without warning. Prepared or not, these transitions will be emotionally demanding. I can help you prepare for, and face the emotions that overwhelm us at these times.

My professional experience also includes the powerfully emotional work of helping sexual assault and trauma survivors rebuild their lives. I offer counseling to survivors of trauma in individual and family settings.

I have years of experience assisting adolescents and young adults with disabilities live up to their fullest potential and dreams.

I also have experience working with individuals who suffer from symptoms of anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance and/or emotional instability.

A graduate of the Psychological Counseling: Art Therapy program at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, my practice is influenced by my love and active involvement in art making, photography, music and yoga – all of which can be utilized to nurture self-realization, personal growth and healing.