The most important factor in facilitating change is the client-therapist relationship. My role is to provide an atmosphere of unconditional positive regard without judgement. Each person has the capacity and desire for personal growth. B.S., Exercise Physiology, Eastern Michigan. M.A.T., Master’s in the Art of Teaching, Biology, University of South Carolina, M.A., Professional Counseling, Siena Heights University. Currently, enrolled in PhD Counselor Education program at Wayne State University. Certified Dialectical Behavior Therapist. Theoretical approach: Integrative informed by Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioral, Existential, Solution Focused, Dialectical Behavior, and Reality Therapy. Areas of Interest: Evolutionary Psychology, Sport/Performance Psychology, Couples Counseling/Communication, Family Dynamics, PTSD/Trauma Counseling.