Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
Do you struggle with feelings of anxiety, depression, or inadequacy?
Whether going through a life transition or navigating everyday life, negative emotions can easily overwhelm. I will help you find creative solutions to make your life less stressful and learn tools to manage common annoyances and challenges in your life.
Are you living with a disability and find it hard to adjust?
Feelings of frustration and disappointment often accompany having a disability. I can help you identify negative thoughts, behaviors, and feelings that have prevented you from living life to the fullest – even with a disability.
Do you struggle with low self-esteem or have an eating disorder?
Through a supportive and collaborative relationship, I can help you increase your confidence and outlook on life. You will change how you see yourself and others and triumph over eating disorders through proven therapy strategies.
My biggest goal is to help you gain tools and resources that will help you overcome challenges, now and in the future.
I am currently a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern. I obtained a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University and am currently pursuing a second master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. My bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a Minor in Psychology is from the University of South Carolina.
In addition to clients who are private pay, I am in-network with the following insurances:
- Medicaid (First Choice, Molina, Absolute Total Care, and Healthy Connections)
If you have questions or are ready to begin counseling, contact us today. Charleston Counseling Center accepts a variety of insurance plans and our friendly administrative staff will get you scheduled with the best clinician for your goals. Don’t continue to feel alone in your struggles, we are here to help.
If you are ready to begin
Therapy for adults, couples and relationship counseling, counseling for children and adolescents, and family counseling
No matter how stuck you are feeling, there is hope