Break the Chain – with DBT.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) provides a proven theoretical framework that stabilizes your emotional reactivity and stops those unwanted behaviors.
DBT involves effective, easy-to-learn concepts that enable you to construct a new framework through which you can navigate your life.
Sometimes, childhood environment can affect your ability to regulate your emotions as a functional adult. DBT will help you understand the origin of your pain and help you label and understand your feelings.
As you apply your newfound knowledge and skills, you regain control of your life.
What would your life look like with you back in the driver’s seat?
You could go to work and control those feelings that make you feel like an outsider.
You could navigate life’s disappointments, hurt feelings, isolation, and abandonment.
You could finally live fully in the present – unfettered by the past or future.
Take back your power. Put an end to the inner chaos. Discover peace.
My Bachelor of Arts degree is in Sociology, and my Master of Arts is in Clinical Counseling in Psychology from La Salle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Additionally, I have a Certification in Gerontology from Gwynedd Mercy University in Pennsylvania.
I am trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work with a Certificate of Training in Community Care.
I have facilitated and developed Dialectical Behavioral Skills Groups in person and telehealth for Penn Foundation Behavioral Services in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, and Collaborative Care at Harleysville, Pennsylvania, for mood disorders and coping skills for health and wellness goals.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Pennsylvania and Professional Counselor of Mental Health (PCMH) in Delaware, I provide personal telehealth psychotherapy to individuals and groups faced with challenges including, but not limited to, mood disorders, bipolar, depression, anxiety, parenting, ADHD, behavioral issues, self-esteem, grief and loss, relationship issues, and life transitions.