I have personally experienced how a sense of community can help in various situations. Feeling as if one belongs and can relate to one another, can help through difficult transitions. I have witnessed that lack of sufficient communication can disrupt and hinder any relationship; and therefore communication is key to successful interpersonal relationships.
After completing initial paperwork, the first session would entail gaining some background history and developing a treatment plan together.
My personality of being a very organized, loyal and caring individual helps guide my approach in therapy in regards to helping develop a treatment plan with specific goals to work on while having someone there to help guide you and knowing that you are not alone.
Race & Cultural Identity
Borderline Personality Disorder
Divorce & separation
Drug addiction & abuse
Young Adults (18-24)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Family Systems Therapy
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
VA, LPC, 0701006445
PsyD., Clinical Psychology, American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
M.A., Clinical Psychology, American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
M.S., Counseling Psychology, Loyola University of Maryland
I have experience working with various populations, but in particular working with families going through difficult transitions such as marital concerns, custody disputes, separations and/or divorce. These transitions can entail needing conflict resolutions, trauma specialist and/or anger management while not only working on oneself but working on better relationships with one's partner, spouse and/or children. I have experience working with all ages as well as working in forensic populations and in a group practice with individuals, couples and families with various severe mental health diagnosis.
Remote Therapy - serving the greater Virginia area, VA