I am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner, a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor in Nebraska and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado. I received my Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science from Bellevue University in 2009 and my Master of Science in Clinical Counseling in 2012, as well as my Master of Science in Leadership and Executive Coaching in 2016 from Bellevue University.
Before my career choice of behaviors and counseling, I was studying law in which I received my Paralegal degree from Metropolitan Community College in 2006. While at MCC, I was an editor for the Metropolitan; an academic and literacy writings publication. After graduation, I decided that I wanted to make a difference in the lives of people suffering and in the dark due to emotional/mental and or addiction issues. I spend my free time volunteering and fundraising for various causes. I feel privileged to be in the counseling field, so that I can help others who struggle with various issues. I have worked with families, couples and individuals needing help with depression, intimacy, substance abuse, sexual abuse survivors, anxiety and bipolar disorder. Other areas I am able to assist: the LGBT community in gender identity, sexual orientation, and other related issues as well as pregnancy counseling. I practice a nonjudgmental stance and I am here to help you! I work with almost all age groups but generally anyone over the age of 12 years old. I am working for my client’s well-being and giving them the tools to live out their emotional and mental dreams of clearer thoughts, sobriety and happier days.
I am contracted with Connections; a program through Project Harmony. If you would like to learn more please visit: https://www.projectharmony.com/What-We-Do/Connections.aspx
I am a board member of the Nebraska Shared Parenting Foundation, to learn more please visit: www.http://custodylawyernebraska.com