“The moment of surrender is not when life is over.
It’s when it begins.”
― Marianne Williamson
Mind & Body Approach
We do not always see ourselves clearly. An extra pair of eyes (and ears) help us navigate through the weeds of our life - to our blossoming. My education, experience, and intuition have enabled me to assist many individuals to feel emotionally balanced and personally equipped in their life journey. I believe in a mind and body approach. I work with people who have experienced loss in many ways; whether it is the loss of their loved one, or the missing pieces of their childhood, sometimes we need to go backwards, to go forward. I assist clients with their life transitions, helping individuals who are trying to repair the broken parts of themselves.
Your body will tell you what your mind can not.
Your life means more than managing anxious symptoms. We will identify internal and external cues to your unwanted distress and incorporate skills to increase your ability to cope and be calm in the present moment.
I have over 14 years of counseling experience working with adults, adolescents, couples and families. I assist people struggling with anxious symptoms, fears, confusion and pain, often masked in disordered eating, alcohol and drug abuse, and codependency.
Therapy is a safe place for you to develop self awareness, learn skills, identify goals and reach them. Everything that has happened to you can work for you.
It's your turn, begin now.
Education & Training
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New Jersey and New York
Licensed Alcohol and Drug counselor in New Jersey
Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor in New York
Certified Clinical Supervisor
Certified APA group leader
Certified Meditation Instructor
Graduate, Masters Social Work, Rutgers State University, New Jersey
Graduate, Transformational Arts Institute For Counseling Redlands, California
Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider
Aetna, Cigna, Optum, Oscar, United Healthcare
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