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Holding Hands

As a clinician, she practices a common factors approach influenced by an existential-humanist perspective.  Clinical interests include intermodal expressive arts, Eastern therapies with an emphasis on mindfulness based practices, spirituality, body based psychotherapies, shame resilience, self-care practices for caregivers, holistic health practices and interventions focused on the development and integration of spirit and soul, post-traumatic growth, and social justice issues. 

M.A. in Holistic Health Education

2001, JFK University

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology

2010, The University of Akron

Licensed in Illinois since 2012

Registered Expressive Arts Consultant Educator

2016, International Expressive Arts Therapy Association

Ordained Interfaith Interspiritual Minister 2017, One Spirit Interfaith Seminary

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