My Approach to Helping
Kescy received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. John's University. She also received her Post Masters in School Counseling and her Bachelors in Elementary Education at St. John's University as well. Kescy believes in furthering her education in order to be better equipped to serve her clients as she is presently pursuing an additional Post Masters Certification as a Student Assistance CounselorCoordinator at Kean University. She has a varied and comprehensive range of experience having worked with very diverse populations and settings. She has worked in various settings including schools, residential group homes for adults, therapeutic foster care, intensive outpatient drug treatment programs for both adults and adolescents and in the community and home as an Intensive In-Community Clinician. In addition to her clinical work, Kescy serves as a School Counselor at a local high school in Monmouth County.
She believes that we often become a victim to our own circumstances and she is here to empower, guide and support clients to become Victors of their own situations, circumstances and overall lives! "Victim to Victor" is the motto she embodies for her clients. Kescy works to meet her clients where they are and assists them along their path. She is extremely empathetic and sensitive to her clients'feelings and emotions as they belong to the client. She strongly believes that no one can ever take away how one feels as your emotions are your own.