I have learned I am a passionate advocate for encouraging self-compassion. So often when we are compassionate to others, we feel empathic and have a desire to help them even in some small way. Compassion allows us to see that others may also have suffering, failure, and imperfection which is part of our shared human experience. Turn the compassion inwards and we find how to be kind to ourselves despite our own suffering, flaws, and insecurities. I believe in harnessing what you discover about your own self-compassion and utilizing that as a tool to support you in your healing journey.
I am a graduate of The College of Saint Elizabeth in New Jersey and have my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. I have worked closely with the geriatric population, end of life, and in grief and bereavement, including working alongside families and children. When I am not in my counselor role, you can find me walking my two beagles, traveling, learning yoga, and rooting for Rutgers Football.
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