I believe that the way we connect with people is the key to understanding ourselves at a deeper level. Having worked with many clients in the context of their families, I also really enjoy working with individuals, and exploring family dynamics as they relate to current issues. I also enjoy helping couples improve their relationship. I truly believe that it is never too late to seek help if you feel stuck in your life or your relationships, or feel overwhelmed by current circumstances. Or, if you simply feel like you want to make improvements in your life, then it’s also a great time to get started.
Prior to working here, I specialized in treating families and children at the Child Guidance Resource Center, helping caregivers and children feel more comfortable and confident dealing with difficult situations. I have also worked with individuals and am able to help with such issues as anxiety, depression, trauma, difficulties in relationships or self-esteem concerns. I consider therapy to be a process of seeing the whole person; I will work to help you understand yourself in the context of your current struggles, family background, present aspirations and challenges, to make the changes that are important to you.
I received my Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Temple University, and my Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University, and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.