I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Massachusetts since 2009. I consider it one of my greatest privileges to be trusted and let into people’s lives in order to help facilitate change. I strongly believe that people have the ability to heal and for personal growth regardless of what has happened in the past. This belief drives my practice and career. Therapy and the therapeutic relationship can provide insight and the tools needed to recover from addictions and mental health issues, heal and build relationships or to move beyond old, limiting beliefs and behaviors to accomplish personal goals. It is very important to me to identify and use each person’s innate strengths to make lasting change and achieve personal growth.
My Approach to Helping Clients:
My approach is informed by the latest research in the field of psychology and my own interest and training in mindfulness and the mind/body connection. I use techniques that have been deemed “best practices” based on solid scientific evidence and research. Additionally, when it’s appropriate, I often will provide treatment in collaboration with other treatment providers such as acupuncturists, nutritionists and others to provide a holistic plan for each client.
Every client is different and I will make a plan with you that addresses your needs and concerns. I adapt my approach based on each client’s individual needs and life. It is what you want to get out of therapy that will drive our direction and the techniques I use. My plans are developed in equal partnerships with each client, highly personalized and unique. I may have some expertise in areas about coping skills, problem solving, relationships, mental health and psychology, but you are the expert on YOU. We actively work together as a team moving toward your goals. You can see my clinical experience and education here.
I also provide clinical supervision for other clinicians who are working on acquiring their LMHC license in Massachusetts.
- National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC)
- American Counseling Association (ACA)
- Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association (MaMHCA)
- Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA)