As the owner of Built for Mental Wellness, I am devoted and passionate about fostering holistic mental well-being. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) practicing in the state of North Carolina. I have been licensed since 2016 and I provide clinical care to a number of families, couples, and individuals. I also include life coaching in my repertoire of skills that I can provide to you. Over my career, I’ve given care face-to-face and most recently transitioned to the teletherapy format. There have been numerous types of complaints I have engaged with clients in treatment, but my expertise includes relational struggles, anxiety, depression, trauma symptoms, and communicative/boundary setting.
Other areas I’ve provided care include:
- self-esteem/confidence concerns
- stressors complaint due to work-life balance issues
- anger management
- low and unmotivated moods
- overwhelm and overthinking habits
- habitual or cyclic triggers when having social interactions
- adjustment/transitional challenges related to school/work/home
I tailor my approaches to the needs of the client, and what allows you to have the best growth experience from treatment. I am constantly honing my skill and adding more specializations and training to provide the most integrative and holistic treatment.
My counseling style is warm, friendly, and interactive. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. I hope to learn about you and your life experiences so I can meet you where you are. When working with me, there is no stigmatization or negative labels. This growth is all your own, and there is no judgment in the circumstances that brought you. I will tailor our dialog and treatment planning to meet your unique and specific needs.
It takes courage to seek a more fulfilling and happier life. Taking that first step towards a change is one that is so very empowering. If you are ready to take that step, I cannot wait to be a part of your journey with an abundance of support and therapeutic tools. Don’t continue to shoulder mental pain alone.