Embedded Clinical Therapist, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
I employ an eclectic style to counseling. I listen first and work to help the student find workable solutions to their issues. I try to match clinical style to each student’s unique personality and treatment needs to provide the best possible outcomes.
I am supportive by nature and want to help a supervisee develop to be their best self as a counselor. I will offer challenges and other viewpoints to help with the supervisee’s global development.
I enjoy helping students with a variety of concerns including, but not limited to, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, PTSD and OCD. I am involved with the CCS Outreach committee, including as a Let’s Talk Facilitator, as a Coach with SilverCloud, as well as others. I am a civilian mental health provider with extensive training on how to help our active military and veterans as a Tier III STAR Behavioral Health Provider. I am a certified facilitator with the OSU Suicide Prevention Program’s REACH and Reach Out. I am a member of the American Counseling Association.
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I am very excited to be the Embedded Counselor for the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from The Ohio State University and my Master of Science degree in Education from the University of Dayton. I completed the post master’s degree program in Clinical Counseling for independent licensure also through the University of Dayton.
I am very much a Buckeye as an alum and fan of Ohio State. I enjoy time with family, watching the Buckeyes, TBDITL, UD Flyers Basketball and sports in general. I enjoy many types of music and musical acts. I enjoy streaming comedies in my spare time. I enjoy biking, walking my dog, and time outdoors.