Registered Clinical Social Work Intern
One of the most difficult, yet most powerful things a person can do while trying to heal in any capacity is to seek help. Over the years, I have learned that one of my greatest passions is helping others. Be it in helping to bridge the gap for services for those who use ASL (American Sign Language) or Spanish, helping those with challenges with addictions, or those who are beginning their transition, I am always ready to help bring peace to struggles in a safe and comfortable space.
My education includes a Masters in Clinical Social Work, a Bachelor’s in Social Work, and an Associates in Deaf Studies. I specialize in working with those who are hearing impaired by communicating with them through ASL and also with clients who need a therapist to communicate in Spanish. I enjoy working with those who are part of the LGBTQ community as well.