My Approach to Helping
I was born in Hickory, NC, have two adult siblings, and gained a love for helping others at the tender age of 4. I completed two-thousand community services in her adolescence and received a Presidential Freedom Scholarship from that president for this accomplishment. I was elected The First African American State President of Juniorettes, a Junior's Women League division in North Carolina. I was elected Valedictorian of the Class of 2019 of Livingstone College, has a Master's Degree in Social Work from Appalachian State University, and will complete her doctoral program in Social Work in June 2022 from Capella University. I was a thirteen-year behavioral health provider with trauma-focused care, working with young and seasoned individuals. I have been linked to my spouse for the last fifteen years and have a healthy bond with him. My clinical practice includes holistic-centered practices in African and Indigenous principles. I utilize evidence-based interventions in the pursuit of improvement of your life on your terms.