She is a Clinical Mental Health and Marriage and Family Therapist Intern and will receive my Master’s Degree from Barry University in June 2022. Her approach is to meet the clients where they are and ensure the healing process leads to an improved quality of life. She strives to assist clients and their families in processing emotions and learning coping skills to deal with everyday stressors and decrease symptoms. With the necessary tools and skills at our disposal, it is easier to identify triggers, notice warning signs, and find ways to better prepare for oncoming stressors and challenges. She has experience with people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and belief systems. She provides a safe space and welcomes all who want to enter.