It takes strength to admit that life has become unmanageable, that your previous ways of coping are less effective than they use to be. The first step to healing is acknowledging that those negative thoughts and feelings have been impacting your ability to lead the life you want. The next step is to ask for help. While asking for help can be overwhelming, I provide clients a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental atmosphere in which to explore their path to healing. I offer a strength based and person centered approached to treatment. I will work with you to meet you where you’re at and help you reach your wellness goals.
I earned a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Salem State University then continued my training to obtain my License in Mental Health Counseling. I have previously worked as a counselor at a residential group home, leading groups at an adult day treatment center and providing individual as well as group therapy at a community mental health center. I have experience working with variety of different issues including Anger Management, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Grief, Pregnancy and Postpartum, and PTSD. I look forward to supporting you through your journey to wellness.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, maternal mental health, pregnancy, post-partum
WHO I HELP
Allways (MassGeneral Brigham Health)
Cigna | Evernorth
METHOD OF PAYMENT
All major credit and debit cards, HSA/FSA
A HIPAA compliant platform is used to conduct these session to ensure your privacy.
There is a 24 hour cancellation policy. If an appointment is not cancelled within that time frame, or you do not attend your session without notification, you will be subject to a late fee.
GOOD FAITH ESTIMATES
You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate under the No Surprise Act, effective January 1st, 2022. This estimate will explain how much treatment will cost. Visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises for more questions and information regarding your right to a Good Faith Estimate.
The first year of motherhood can be an all-encompassing roller-coaster ride. With soaring highs and devastating lows. While it can include joy, amazement, love, and excitement it can also be lonely, isolating, exhausting, scary, and guilt-ridden all at the same time. While these emotions are all a normal part of the motherhood experience sometimes, they can become overwhelming and prevent us from being the mother we want to be.
What you’ll get:
✨Support from a group of other mammas that understand what you're going through
✨Supplemental wellness offerings like yoga, meditation
✨Guidance from a licensed mental health counselor
✨Learning ways to manage your emotional journey
✨Identify ways in which to increase communication with your partner
✨Cultivate attachment + bonding with your baby
...and so much more!
Must be a resident of Massachusetts and living in the state in order to participate.
Insurances accepted: Harvard Pilgrim, Allways, United HealthCare, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Self-pay option available