As a licensed clinical psychologist, it is my joy and honor to help people grow and develop so they can live life more abundantly. I have over 20 years of experience in the field, with particular expertise in multicultural and women’s issues, as well as health psychology. I am a former American Psychological Association Minority Fellow, a former mental health expert for a large digital platform, and have presented at several national venues, such as the American Public Health Association’s annual convention. I have also worked in forensic and academic settings, as well as published some of my work.
I opened John Henry’s Sisters because it is my belief that people can benefit from learning new skills and habits to help them live the best life possible in spite of various challenges – something we all experience. My clients generally approach therapy as something just as important to their wellbeing as getting their hair done or splurging on a new handbag.
Whether you are a single woman learning how to establish healthy boundaries with family members, a C-suite racial/ethnic minority woman dealing with racial microaggressions in the workplace, or a mother working to develop regular stress management techniques, it is possible to move from a space of surviving to thriving.
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