Child & Adolescent Clinicians

Earned her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University in 1990, and was granted autonomous functioning status in 2010 as a Licensed Psychological Practitioner. She has extensive experience working with children and families in both clinical and school settings. School-based counseling has focused on addressing academic, social, and emotional barriers to educational achievement and developing healthy family relationships. In clinical settings focus has been placed on the treatment of depression, anxiety, developmental concerns, adjustment issues, and ADHD with children and adolescents. Therapy with adult clients has centered around the areas of depression, anxiety, stress management, relationship issues, emotional response to chronic health conditions, and successful navigation of major life transitions.

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