After earning a degree in English Literature from Furman University in 1990, I took my first job in social work in order to supplement my free-lance writing. As it turned out, I fell in love with social work and decided to go back to school to get my Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work. For the first part of my career, I worked for various non-profit organizations, working mostly with teenagers and their families. After getting married and having children, I went into private practice, where I have had the great honor of working with adults, teens, children and families since 2001.
My practice has evolved over time, greatly informed by the tremendous advances in the neurological sciences over the past 15 years. We know more and more about “what works” in terms of mapping our minds and tuning in to our body’s feedback as we navigate our daily experiences. With this knowledge, we can cultivate well-being and greater ease in our day-to-day lives.
If you would like to know more about the various services I offer, please check out the “Services” section.