I am a Clinical Mental Health Counselor practicing in Nevada. I am a highly effective and compassionate professional emphasizing in supportive psychotherapy to help others transition into positive growth. I provide clients with tailored treatment plans that can be integrated into their daily lives.
I completed my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with honors at Medaille College in Buffalo, NY (2015). Throughout the years, I have worked with children, families, and adults. My approach is Strength-Based/Humanistic in nature. My experience includes: strength-based practices, cognitive behavioral therapy, evidence based therapy, person-centered, art therapy, and solution-focused. Outside of practice, I enjoy mediation, nature, and exercise.
I am a professional member of the American Counseling Association. In addition to my licenses’ (CPC-I-Nevada) (LPCC-Colorado), I hold several certifications. I continue to educate myself by attending workshops, current research, national and local conferences.
My approach is Strength-Based in nature. This includes: strength-based practices, cognitive behavioral therapy, evidence based therapy, person-centered, creative arts therapy, and solution-focused. With that said, my clinical experience is, but not limited to: individual counseling, case work in foster care setting, research, clinical trials, assessments, crisis interventions, family counseling, art therapy, substance counseling, running groups, co-occurring disorders, anger management, life coaching, interpersonal relational issues, developmental issues, abuse & neglect, trauma, implicit & explicit testing, gathering data, assessments, intakes, treatment plans ,ICMP, MAPP classes, intakes, knowledge of DSM V, personal development, planning, knowledge of web based tools, wrap around services, skill building, supervising visits, completing progress notes, audits, documentation, continued training classes, weekly clinical meetings, attending court hearings, child abuse workshop, case management, documentation, and testifying on behalf of the agency in court.
• Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP)
• Bachelors in Psychology
• Associates in Liberal Arts/Social Science