In my years of being involved with group sessions and one-on-one sessions with parents and their children, I have learned that attention to detail and empathy are critical. Therapy can transform lives. I have conducted biopsychosocial assessments and worked in groups with parents and their children. I have co-facilitated group therapy sessions with domestic violence victims; provided individual crisis counseling, grant research, and assisted in the process of moving the Address Confidentiality bill through congress through outreach, signatures, and emailing Michigan district and state senators. I have assisted families and individuals who have experienced abuse, neglect, and addiction. Whether one is experiencing anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, addiction, dysmorphia, or dysphoria, every individual’s needs are unique. How a person identifies is a critical component of their experience. It is my passion to provide quality service to the community.