I approach therapy with the ideology that life is a culmination of interconnected parts. Feelings stem from experiences, experiences influence perceptions, and subsequently guide many of the decisions one makes in life.
When individuals experience stagnation or challenges, it may be connected to an array of life experiences. This may lead to a challenge with seeing beyond that which is. The subsequent result may serve as a breeding ground for emotional and physical pain, challenges in interpersonal relationships and unresolved grief. As a clinician, my goal is to assist clients with exploring these connections, dissecting their point of origin and collaborating with you to develop a viable strategy for resolve.
I obtained my Master of Social Work from The University of Michigan and received Bachelor of Social Work from Clark Atlanta University. During my 16 year career, a myriad of experiences have shaped my approach. From Program Development, to Adjunct Lecturer, Clinical Supervisor, Consultant & Clinician, I have a keen eye for assessing both individuals and systems.