I earned my Master of Science degree as a Mental Health Counselor in 2010 and worked in Berkeley, California. I am currently a Psychological Assistant and am working towards my psychology doctoral degree and licensing. I have experience in individual and group therapy working with clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, abuse/trauma, grief and loss, domestic violence as well as couples and families who wish to improve their communication and relationships. I work with clients from diverse cultures in a collaborative effort that builds on individual differences and strengths. I assist clients to identify core conflicts to treat underlying causes and symptoms and ultimately assist clients to develop their own path towards wellness.
I recently graduated from William Jessup University with my bachelors in Psychology and will go on to complete my MSW; my hope is to work with children and families. I have a passion for people and believe that mental health is a crucial aspect of our overall health. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at The Rosetta Center so far and look forward to continually learning more from Dr. Mimms. I am here to assist with anything that I can. I firmly believe in The Rosetta Center’s mission and values and seek to do my part in making it welcome to all, treating people with respect and actively listening to each client’s concerns and needs.