I enjoy working with veterans, service members, and their family members. My focus is on women veterans issues, veterans who have had suicidal ideation or survivors of suicide attempts, moral injuries such Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, colorism, toxic leadership within the military, and adjusting to military service transitions such as separations or retirements. Therapy is not associated with length of service, discharge status, or Veterans Affairs disability rating.
I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as my primary therapeutic intervention, seeing clients adults individually. All therapy is provided virtually with the exception of those residing in El Paso County, Texas. El Paso County residents are able to request face-to-face appointments on a case-by-case basis based on current local Covid-19 restrictions.
Veterans listen to other veterans. I am passionate about what I do and dedicated to improving the quality of life for my clients by understanding firsthand the sacrifices our military and family members selflessly make. However, I also see the need to talk about the things we didn’t have time to feel or unable to address while serving.

Webster University
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