Licensed Clinical Social Worker
A client centered, evidence-based practitioner, this counselor provides a non-judgmental listening environment with feedback, so that the client can discover new methods of coping and live a more satisfying life. Treatment modalities offered include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Supportive Counseling, Motivational Interviewing, Grounding Techniques, Insight Oriented Therapy, Systematic Desensitization Therapy, Art Therapy, and Christian Counseling. Activities between sessions may be suggested to assist with coping. Therapist traits which assist with the therapeutic process are good listener, creative, intelligent, genuine, kind, and supportive. She earned a Master’s in social work from FSU in 2012 after completing internships at Florida Hospital DeLand and Haven Recovery Center. She became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Florida in 2014. She joined the Episcopal Counseling Center in April 2019. Areas of counseling experience include aging issues, trauma, disability, dealing with life change, employment fit, self-esteem, assertiveness, life purpose, adoption, communication skills, self care, and child abuse.