I’ve worked with children & adolescents in clinical outpatient settings, including individual, family, & group therapy, and intensive in-home services. I have provided community support services to adults with mental health & substance abuse diagnoses to help increase self-sufficiency. I’ve worked in research settings studying the effects of domestic violence on children and evaluating the effectiveness of Systems of Care for children with severe emotional/behavioral disturbances. I have experience with psychological testing, including intellectual/personality assessment and tests of academic achievement. I use psychological assessment for diagnostic clarification, level of care determinations, and providing other therapeutic recommendations.
I have a passion for supporting others and am committed to helping individuals achieve their full potential and enhance their quality of life. I utilize an eclectic style of therapy, integrating various treatment modalities to match your needs and preferences. I love incorporating art, music, and play into more traditional therapy.
I am a Licensed Psychological Associate (LPA) with Independent Practice. I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Houston in 2003. I later obtained my Master of Arts in Clinical and Community Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2009.

University of North Carolina, Charlotte - Master of Arts, Clinical and Community Psychology
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