Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
Master's Program Student
Supervisor: Sarah Dobey
I'm a graduate student at Bellevue University. My supervisor is Sarah Dobey, LPC. I look forward to hearing how I can help you!
917 SW Oak St
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2020
I work with teens and adults who find themselves in need of more support, whether that is with mental health symptoms, relationship concerns, changes in life, or self-acceptance. I'm no stranger to working with those experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, low self-esteem, eating disorders, ADHD, bipolar, substance use/abuse, and/or difficulties related to autism-spectrum disorder.
I worked with adolescents in different environments for most of my life. I taught children and teens karate when I was in high school, I was a mentor to Freshmen college students during my undergraduate years, I worked with teens on the autism spectrum and answered phones for the Youthline before graduate school, and I worked with teens at an emergency shelter during my graduate program. Currently, I will work with children/teens ages 12-18, as well as adults.
I volunteered at a Lifeline, where I was trained in ASIST, a suicide intervention program. I worked with individuals, ranging from children to the elderly, experiencing crisis and/or suicide ideation. Additionally, I worked with teens and young adults at an emergency shelter, where it was common for individuals to experience suicide ideation.
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