Compassionate mental healthcare provided by professionals focused on you.
Wayne State University | Master's of Social Work
I received my Master of Social Work degree from the Wayne State University School of Social Work in May 2019 where my focus of concentration was on Family Systems Theory. As an undergrad, I completed an internship at the Oakland Schools Technical Campus (OTSC-NE) where I provided support with students needing credit recovery and students experiencing school and personal difficulties. During graduate school I interned with HAVEN, where I provided support to individuals who had experienced domestic violence/sexual assault. I supported individuals with resume building and locating other needed resources. Since April 2021, I have been working part-time as a clinical therapist for individuals (Adults, adolescents, and children). Since October 2016, I have worked as a home visitor in supporting families with their children’s development.
My approach is client/person-centered, and I utilize various techniques which may include motivational interviewing, exploration, coaching and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Evidence-based techniques utilized within the therapy sessions, have been supportive in helping individuals reduce anxiety and depressive symptoms they might be experiencing. These approaches/interventions allow individuals to explore various coping strategies which may lead to better outcomes to support their mental health.