Accessibility and stigma are the biggest barriers to obtaining mental health and wellness resources. I wanted to create a space where people could talk freely about health and wellness as well as get coaching, advice, and education on health and wellness resources. I take a personable approach to all my clients, identifying exactly what their needs are, where they want to go, and helping them to bridge the gap.
Master of Science in Education, M.S.E.
QPR Certified Trainer, Suicide Prevention
Green Dot Trainer, Bystander Intervention
5 years, Advocacy and Crisis Intervention
Wellness & Support Specialist
University of Dayton
Wright State University
During my time at University of Dayton I earned a Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration with a focus in Student Development. While studying, I worked as a Graduate Assistant specializing in Crisis Intervention, Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Education, and Student Conduct. I also served as an Adjunct Professor for an undergraduate Academic Intervention course.
During my time a Wright State University I studied Criminal Justice and worked extensively with incarcerated youth within Montgomery County Juvenile Court. It was during this time that I developed my passion for Servant Leadership while supporting others in times of crisis.
I specialize in one-on-one crisis support and intervention, as well as large student/staff trainings and public speaking engagements with topics including but not limited to: Suicide Prevention, Crisis Intervention, Alcohol and Other Drugs, Mental health and wellness and Student Development.