In the initial sessions, I want to learn about you and your journey including important life events and experiences as well as current symptoms and struggles. I am interested in understanding what prompted you to seek counseling and why you have chosen at this time to take this step. I also want outline your needs and identify what you hope to accomplish during our work together. In addition, I want to ensure that you feel comfortable with me and my approach. It is important that we are a good “fit” so that your experience with me will be rewarding. We will also discuss confidentiality, review completed paperwork and develop your goals for our time together. These goals will be specific, measurable, and time limited so that they will be realistically achievable.
Subsequent sessions will focus on addressing your goals and making changes as needed along the way. Different interventions may be utilized during our time together. With regards to modalities, I provide individual, family, and couples counseling. My ultimate goal with you will be to help you achieve your goals as you see fit so that we can successfully terminate our time together.
** Contact me for a free 15 minute consultation.
Supervision and Consultation
I am a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor and I provide Individual and Group supervision to clinicians seeking licensure in Georgia. During supervision, I will discuss with you clinical cases; assessing and prioritizing needs for clients; clinical articles; interventions; self-care; transference issues, private practice management, etc. Much of what will occur during our meetings will evolve from individual and group needs.
Speaking Engagements/ Workshops
I am available for speaking engagements related to any area of my clinical experience. I have provided workshops in the past to foster parents, DFCS case managers, and teen mothers.
My Specialties Include:
- Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia)
- Mood disorders (depression, anxiety, high stress and worry)
- Trauma (abuse and neglect)
- Attachment disorders
- Parenting skills
- Self- harm behaviors
- Life transitions
- Adoption and foster care
- Relationships (setting boundaries, family conflict, couple’s conflict)
- Clinical supervision and consultation