As a resident mental health therapist, I work with clients with a variety of mental health concerns including substance abuse, who come from diverse backgrounds and all walks of life. I believe it is important to honor the inherent dignity and worth of each individual client. I seek to support client self-determination as I help clients find their voice. My strengths-based approach empowers clients to explore outside-of-the-box solutions to facilitate their recovery, healing and growth. I see children 6 years old and up, adults, couples and families. My background includes working with children, adults and families through the county Child Protective Services and Juvenile Justice Systems. In addition, I have also served the community through area non-profits focused on serving runaway and homeless youth and their families. I have specific training and experience serving survivors of Human Trafficking and currently participate in a multi-disciplinary community response team combatting these issues within in our community.