About Me

Since getting my MS in Professional Counseling at Georgia State University (2001), I’ve specialized in anxiety, stress, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression and adjustment challenges.  I’ve had the privilege of working with:

  • combat vets and their families that I evaluated, counseled, and researched at Atlanta’s VA Medical Center PTSD clinic
  • federal, state, and local law enforcement agents that I treated and trained at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, GA
  • undergraduate college students I taught at Armstrong Atlantic State University (AASU) and the College of Coastal Georgia
  • hundreds of abused children and their families that I interviewed, counseled and provided expert witness services for in Georgia and Pennsylvania
  • child welfare professionals I’ve trained through the University of Pittsburgh
  • and the many adults I’ve worked with in my private practices in Pennsylvania and Washington DC.

What do I enjoy most about the work I do? That I get to guide, assist and accompany people through the meaningful growth points and transitions of life. I love that.

Today, my husband, son and I call Bucks County, PA, home.  We live in an old stone house in the country by a barn filled with a small colony of bats.  One day soon we hope to open a retreat here for people wanting to escape their daily stresses and learn new skills and tools to help them live life more fully. Stay tuned to learn more…