I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

I’m also experienced, proven and ready to help.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

I’m also experienced, proven and ready to help.

I didn’t start my career as a counselor, I was called to it. I received my undergraduate degree at Mercer University in marketing and management. After 5 years in the marketing field, I realized my true passion was helping others and that I was meant to take on a new career path in life.

Becoming a counselor was the right choice.

It took a lot of work but it was worth it. I earned a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. During an extensive internship at Ridgeview Institute, I worked with individuals suffering from various addictions and mental health disorders in their inpatient and outpatient programs.

Shortly after completing my internship, I started working at MARR (addiction treatment center) and at DBT South as a DBT Therapist. I have completed formal training in DBT through Behavioral Tech.

I’m committed to continuous learning.

After practicing behavioral therapy for several years, I researched other modalities that have scientific evidence. As a result, I became a certified Hypnotherapist and Brain Spotting therapist. These modalities are helpful with individuals who cannot find the words to express what they are going through on an emotional level or struggling with, substance abuse, unwanted thoughts or behaviors.

I am also dedicated to staying current and growing as a professional. It means when you work with me, you’re working with a counselor who is up-to-date and committed to helping you reach your goals.

What therapy option is right for you?

I always tell my clients finding a therapist and type of therapy that is the right fit is like finding the right shoe. It can take some trial and error. And also realizing that one therapist may not be able to meet all of your needs. I encourage you to ask as many questions as you need to feel comfortable with the professional sitting in front of you.


I am Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS).

I decided to do this because I wanted to help new clinicians develop and ensure they are practicing in an ethical manner while learning their own personal style.