My Approach to Helping
I completed my undergraduate studies in Sociology at Mercer University. After graduation, I embraced the life of an entrepreneur. This journey brought me many valuable insights that have enhanced my understanding of human lived experiences. To a greater extent, this period heightened my ability to effectively connect and empathize with people from all walks of life.
In hopes of bringing more meaning to my own life, I decided to shift career paths and return to academia. I earned my masters's degree at Mercer University School of Medicine in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Throughout my training, I have adopted techniques from many disciplines within the field of systemic therapy. I primarily employ cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, positive psychology, and systems theory.
I make a distinct effort to employ a collaborative, goal-setting, and problem-solving approach to therapy in a friendly, attentive, and genuine manner.