Masters Degree in Social Work, Widener University
-Licensed and trained to provide Individual, Group, and Family Therapy
Bachelors Degree in Sociology, Franklin and Marshall College
-Minor in Psychology
-Concentration in Religious Studies
My Expert Service
You deserve to be happy! Let me help you take charge of your life and break through the walls of depression. I am a fully licensed Psychotherapist who has over 10 years experience working with adults, youth, and families. My approach is honest and straightforward so that you can get the help that you need in a way that makes the most sense to you. I use primarily Cognitive Behavioral and Solution-Focused therapy techniques, tailoring each interaction to fit the individual needs of the people I work with. Read over a thousand client reviews that reflect my ability to help people change their lives.
Do any of these symptoms sound like you?
Are you sleeping more than normal or having trouble sleeping?
Do you find yourself constantly exhausted?
Is it hard to get motivated to do anything positive?
Does everything feel hopeless?
Are you tempted to hurt yourself or have suicidal thoughts?
Are you drinking or using drugs more frequently?
Does nothing seem fun anymore?
Has life seemed to have lost it's meaning?
Are you eating too much or not at all?
Do you find yourself overly emotional or having random breakdowns?
If any of these sound like you, there is a good chance that you are experiencing depression. However, all of these problems have solutions, and while it isn't always possible to change the things that are depressing you, it is possible to change the way you manage your own reactions.
Whether you are clinically depressed, or are just going through a depressing time in your life, there is no reason why depression should rule your life. Talking about it can often help a person to begin to manage symptoms, and take charge over the problems that have been controlling their lives.
Experience & Qualifications
I am a Licensed Social Worker who has practiced individual, group, and family therapy in several settings including: traditional practice, shelters, schools, group homes, and alternative to incarceration programs.