I began working with families as a "Mommy's Helper" when I was only 12 years old and continued to babysit and nanny through college. I have always found the psychology of an individual, as well as family dynamics, to be interesting and unique. After working at a prominent drug and alcohol rehabilitation center while attending Loyola Marymount University, where I earned my Bachelor's degree in psychology, I was motivated to earn my doctorate in clinical and forensic psychology.
I have worked with countless families in a variety of capacities for two decades. Through my work in forensic psychology, I have treated and assessed individuals and families mostly in the aftermath of unfortunate, and generally preventable, situations. I have learned so much about human nature and have truly enjoyed being able to help people. However, it wasn't until I became a mother myself that I realized the importance of a parent's and caregiver's mental health for not only themselves but also the children for whom they are responsible.
As a sleep consultant, I love working with families to encourage health and wellness in order to provide the most successful foundation for children. Sleep Is The Key To Wellbeing. And your wellbeing is important to me.BOOK WITH ME