The most profound thing that I have learned as a mental health professional is the capacity for growth that we all possess. I have had the privilege to see people who arrive in therapy feeling unrepairably broken and through their courageousness, they lay that bare and begin the process of healing.
We all bring the experience of the human condition into the work. So, even if I have never directly experienced the same thing, the hurt allows me to recognize sorrow, the joy allows me to witness sparks of light, and living helps me to know that all of us are just out here trying our best to be okay.
You have full autonomy over the pace of your healing. It's okay to begin with small steps and let the journey unfold.
Sexuality Based Issues
Borderline Personality Disorder
Race & Cultural Identity
Young Adults (18-24)
DBT Therapy, Mood Disorders, Supervision in Mental Health
LA, LPC, 4782
TX, LPC, 85078
Doctoral Degree in Progress, Counselor Education, University of New Orleans
Master's Degree, Counselor Education, Southeastern Louisiana University
I have had the coolest opportunities to gain experience as a Licensed Therapist & Supervisor, University Administrator, and Educator. At the heart of all of them lies my belief in the development of people and organizations through the cultivation of their personal strengths and unrealized potential. Whether it's working with clients in therapy, creating collaborative solutions with students and their parents, or simply engaging in consultative chats, the presence of authenticity and mutual respect are needed elements in the relationship.
1900 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, 70118, LA