Supervised by Nicole Ponce, LPC-S
I love working with adults and adolescents who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and harmful patterns. I believe that with the right skills and therapeutic environment, people can change their patterns into a more productive and healthy future.
I have extensive experience in the complexity of teenage years, specifically counseling at-risk youth and young adults who are struggling making friends, having difficulties in school, transitional stages, and/or heading down the wrong path. I believe this is a building block towards adulthood, and every experience during this time allows room for personal growth.
My own personal experiences showed me the importance of therapy, learning to work with and accept the anxieties and difficulties in life, and changing harmful coping methods into productive skills that can begin to benefit oneself and their future. I hope to help clients discover this in their own way through providing a safe space for processing and learning.
I use a multidisciplinary approach focusing on the body, mind, and soul. I believe that the client is the expert in their life and, while I can help guide, only they know what’s best for them. I use a wide variety of therapeutic techniques, including existential theraoy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy, to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the main issues in client’s lives.
2021, Masters of Art in Counseling, St. Mary’s University
2019, Bachelors of Art in Psychology, University of Texas at San Antonio
Clinically Certified Trauma Professional (In Progress) | PESI
Clarity Child Guidance Center | Mental Health Counselor for inpatient children aged 3-17.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders | Behavior Clinician: Providing Applied Behavior Analysis for children on the Autism Spectrum.
Family Life Center | Community Setting: Provided individual and family counseling to children, adolescents, and families.
Juvenile Detention Center | Community Setting: Provided individual and group therapy to children awaiting adjudication.
The Harris County Center for Mental Health and IDD | Harris County Sheriff’s Office: Providing counseling to high profile incarcerated individuals in administrative separation housing.
I am not accepting insurance at this time. My session rate is $120 per 50-minute session. Please reach out for a FREE 15-minute consultation.
Saturdays and Evenings Available!
120 Eldridge Rd. Suite D, Sugar Land, TX 77498