Are life transitions, work, school/college, and relationships getting the best of you on top of trying to cope and deal with a pandemic and current events in today's society? If you're feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, depressed, frustrated, confused, hopeless and helpless, just to name a few, know that those are normal emotions. It's okay to feel what you feel without apology. Now is the time to have you and/or your child/adolescent mental health check up. Just like physical exams, therapy is a preventative measure used to provide you with strategies and tools to prevent, manage, or cope during moments of chaos, uncertainty and day to day functioning.

Once therapy has ended and it's time for me to exit your journey, you will be empowered enough to say "I can take it from here." Does that mean you will be perfect? No, not at all no one is perfect!! Your perspective and approach to handling and coping with unforeseen, uncomfortable or difficult situations will result in thinking first versus reacting quickly. Thinking first will allow you time to utilize your coping skills toolkit that you've developed throughout your therapy process. You will feel a sense of relief, hope, empowerment and bravery in knowing that you can trust yourself to continue to move forward in your daily life with all that you have learned.

Individual therapy is currently offered via telehealth to anyone residing in North Carolina. Telehealth creates an opportunity for you to share in a confidential setting of your choice. By seeking therapy, you are taking responsibility and action to change what no longer works in your life.


Sexual Trauma


MS (Master of Science)
Winston Salem State University

Accepted Insurance

United Healthcare
Oscar Health

If you're experiencing emotional distress, the resources below provide free and confidential support 24/7. If this is an emergency, call 911.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741