I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Bloomsburg University in 2004 and obtained my Master’s in Social Work degree from Temple University in 2007. After satisfying the necessary requirements, including passing written exams and completing 3,500 hours of supervised work, I received my Clinical License in Social Work in 2009.
I have worked in various settings as a helping professional since 2004. I began working with teenagers in career and college development before working as a Multisystemic Therapist with at-risk youth. I have been a therapist in a generalist practice since 2007, which gave me experience with a large variety of conditions including depression, anxiety, anger, stress, and relationship conflict. Since beginning my private practice in early 2012, I have focused primarily on working with children and teenagers.
I was born in Pennsylvania and am proud to call it home. I love to be outdoors and travel as much as possible. Most of my free time is spent with my husband, our two children, our cats, chickens, and bees, and our loveable dog, Millie.