Embedded Clinical Counselor, 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 as needed.
I enjoy helping students with a variety of concerns including, but not limited to, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, PTSD and OCD. 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 REACH Suicide Prevention trainer, Open Doors facilitator and have been most recently trained in components of the DICE program with the Student Life Multicultural Center. 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 have a Bachelor of Science in psychology from The Ohio State University, Master of Science in education from the University of Dayton and have completed the post master’s degree program in clinical counseling, 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 laughing and watching comedies in my spare time.