I personally believe everyone’s experience is different and each of us have our own unique story. As a humble professional I believe in the process of utilizing multiple modalities, techniques and unique approaches that work for the person and not just the diagnosis. I’m always honored to be a part of one’s recovery and one’s journey. I am committed to building a therapeutic alliance and maintaining trust and respect. I live outside the box and believe in meeting individuals exactly where they are.
I have been in the helping field for 15 years assisting individuals and families in crisis with an expertise in Addiction, Mood Disorders and Trauma. I also have an extensive background in psychotic disorders and assisting individuals through the criminal justice system.
This is not a job. It’s a lifestyle, a calling. Its medicine, its spiritual, its raw and its real. Victor Frankl said, “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” As a person in long-term recovery, I know change is possible.