Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Harm Reduction, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic, Relational, Solution-focused, Strengths-based
I am a solution focused, wellness and recovery-oriented, person centered, trauma informed, culturally appropriate clinician who seeks to help clients understand the power they have to grow and impact their mental health treatment. I help clients to be learn how to identify and communicate their needs. I help clients to navigate their presenting problems in order to not be a prisoner of their past. Together we work on ways to become stronger, more resilient, more confident and to love yourself more.
BSW - City University of New York, Lehman College
MSW - City University of New York, Lehman College
I wanted to help other open their ability go give and receive love. I want to help others feel better about themselves and spread more love.
I enjoy spending time with family, in nature, enjoy life simple pleasures, reading, traveling, shopping, dining, and theater.
I relax and meditate, be mindful, and practice affirmations.
The Alchemist because it reminds me that I must follow my path and that if I want it bad enough the universe will conspire to make it happen.
I like heart to heart day centers. I appreciate the way the staff goes above and beyond to reduce isolation and create community for elders. They made me want to attend to be a part of some of the activities. The members are the ones who sole me on how wonderful of a place it was.
I get enough sleep, I take time to be mindful, I get fresh air, and I have positive self-talk.
I have two small dogs and a cat. My youngest dog is a 9-month-old puppy, he pretends to be mighty but is super scared of everything. We were playing with his ball and an ambulance drives by. He dropped his ball and ran because I thought he was scared but he started howling with the siren.
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