Welcome. I am glad to introduce myself to you and hope we will meet one day soon. I have been a seeker throughout my adult life. The path of becoming a therapist began in 7th grade when I went with my family to seek help from a therapist because my parents were getting a divorce. I left the appointment thinking I want to help others the way I felt helped. I felt seen and understood.
Throughout the years, I have brought that basic feeling and need of being seen and understood to thousands of people.
My professional training started in high school as a volunteer for recreational rehabilitation. It continued at American University, where I received my Bachelor of Art in Psychology, mainly doing independent student work incorporating counseling and dance therapy into my studies. Upon graduating, I realized to help others, I needed to develop myself.
I took a job in the advertising/marketing world while studying the Pathwork, a self-growth/self-transformational program and at the Institute of Core Energetics. These programs inspired me to return to school and receive my Masters of Social Work from New York University. I furthered my professional training and teaching studies, which led to Brainspotting, and I am presently a trainer. All these studies have given me a strong set of tools to develop exercises, classes and programs for you.
A student of meditation, spirituality and life from a young age, I have sought with wonder what the meaning of life is.
I have been fortunate to work clinically with children, adults and couples seeking many questions around spirituality, life purpose, relationships, health, and peace. I deeply enjoy the process of witnessing a person go from confusion to clarity and joy.
It is a great honor to mentor people along their life journey as a trainer, therapist, and life coach. If I can be of service to you individually or if you are seeking a teacher/trainer in your organization, please get in touch with me at [email protected].
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