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As an African American woman with a PhD who was raised by two parents in the military, I understand diverse cultures and extreme pressures that individuals experience.
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As a counselor of many years and experiences, I understand the conflicting emotions of wanting to be more successful in balancing life with work when it seems that every day brings on another 'thing' we need to handle.
With life transitions of moving several states away and changing career paths, I have the ability to connect with those who are making similar life changes.
As a seasoned therapist, I have come to understand that people need to feel heard in order to heal. In addition, the most important aspect in therapy is the relationship between the therapist and client. Connecting with my clients and their individual narrative is key to successful outcomes.
I am compassionate about mental health and enjoy assisting others through their journeys to improve their lives and overall well-being.
As a human being, I understand the unique challenges and stresses we all go through on this wild ride we call life.
As a black woman with many roles and responsibilities in my own life, I understand how to help meet your personal needs and accomplish your goals.
When "all the things" seem to cloud the way forward, help me help you make it make sense!
Are you ready to make changes to your life? It takes courage to seek a fuller understanding of yourself and the struggles of new ways of living. I am a Bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor located in Virginia's coastal zone. I was born in Puerto Rico and moved to Virginia in 2011. Due to my Hispanic heritage and multicultural involvement, I incorporate crucial factors (e.g. belief system, ethnicity, etc.) into my therapeutic process to deliver an effective treatment.
As an African-American women, I understand the challenges of balancing family issues, career, and racial inequalities.
As a compassionate counselor, I understand the unique impacts of trauma and grief and the daily challenges they can leave you experiencing.
As a woman of color, I understand issues related to gender and race.
I believe that mental health services should be individualized and truly speak to each person’s, couple’s, and family’s preference and need.