MSW, LCSW, GC-C
Your struggle is real.
Look, I get it. I have endured my own share of trauma and grief. I can teach you what I have learned from my own experiences, as well as the long term solutions that work for my past clients.
I supplement all that experience with the latest in neuroscience research to put together the very best program for your current issues.
I have worked in health care settings for nearly 30 years, with a focus on midlife and older adults, cancer patients, women’s health, and hospice families. As a matter of fact, everyone in my extended family works in the medical or public safety field.
I earned a Master of Social Work degree from North Carolina State University, and completed the extensive training and board examination required to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of North Carolina (License #C012358).
I am also licensed as an out-of-state telehealth provider in the the state of Florida: #TPSW314.
My Certified Grief Counselor designation was achieved after a rigorous 100 hour post-grad program and examination through the American Academy of Grief Counseling. I also serve my community as a registered yoga teacher (RYT-200) and meditation teacher, specializing in restorative and senior yoga for all abilities.
sudden or traumatic death
substance-related death: opioids, alcohol, etc.
suicide or overdose
cancer and serious illness
complicated or prolonged grief
Recent Advanced Trainings:
Prolonged Grief Disorder Therapy
The Body Keeps the Score Trauma Conference
Ethics for the Counseling Professions
Military Culture and Deployment
Accelerated Resolution Therapy
Our adorable dog, Molly, at Lake Benson.
Everyone loves a puppy pic, right?
My family has lived in rural Johnston County for 16 years. My husband and I enjoy camping and exploring local hiking trails with our little dog, Molly. Our two young adult children live nearby.