Do you feel like you are “off track” in your life? Do you find yourself increasingly overwhelmed, frustrated or agitated with daily tasks, work, school, family or friends? Have you lost interest in hobbies you once enjoyed? Life experiences and transitions can affect us in many different ways some of which can take a toll on our mental and physical health. I want to commend you on having the self-awareness and compassion for yourself in taking the first steps to getting the help and guidance you deserve.
Never been to therapy before and don’t know what to expect? No worries, I pride myself on being very laid back and patient, allowing the sessions to flow at your comfort level. While working with me, you will experience my genuine compassion and empathy for helping others. I will help you discover and build off your own strengths and find coping skills that work best for you. I will help to provide you with the tools needed to become mindful of your own needs. I will work to show you the importance of self-love and to truly care for yourself so that you can effectively love others.
Toni is a graduate practicum intern working towards her Master’s in Clinical Social Work with an emphasis in Crisis and Mental Health from Widener University. She has experience working with young adults and up within the criminal justice system, detention centers, hospital inpatient psychiatric units, as well as completing her previous internship with Boley Centers, Homeless Supported Housing. Toni enjoys working with adults of all ages and teens as they work to navigate through traumatic experiences and life stressors. She uses a client-centered, cognitive behavioral therapy, and emotion focused therapy approach.