Master of Science in Counseling

Licensed Professional Counselor – Associate Supervised by Fredericka Vyvlecka, PhD, LPC-S

My counseling philosophy revolves around the belief that each person possesses an innate capacity for resilience and self-discovery. I view the therapeutic process as a collaboration in which clients can explore their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in a safe and judgment-free environment. Together, we work towards developing coping strategies, personal insight, and lasting positive change.

As a child of divorce, I bring an understanding of some of the disruptions that accompany this family-life transition. In addition, I am proud to celebrate thirteen years of sobriety. Successfully making this change not only transformed my own life, but also fueled my passion for helping others recover from addiction. I consider myself blessed to have the opportunity to guide and inspire others.

I hold a master’s degree in Counseling from Divine Mercy University. Throughout my career, I have gained experience working with diverse populations in various settings, honing my skills in various counseling approaches to provide effective, evidence-based support.

Taking that first step is a courageous act, and I am here to support you. Contact me for a confidential consultation, and let’s explore how we can work together to help you achieve your goals and cultivate a life of meaning and fulfillment.

About me: 

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, listening to audiobooks, playing video games, hiking, weight lifting, meditating, praying, and training dogs.


– Individual Therapy for Children, Adolescents, and Adults

– Counseling for Couples and Families

-Consulting and Coaching Services






-Loss and Grief

-Mood Disorders


-Substance Use Disorders


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“We are essentially travelers, on the way we are not yet there. Who can say that he possesses all the being that is meant for him.”

Josef Pieper

“We must learn to reawaken and keep ourselves awake […] by an infinite expectation of the dawn.”

Henry David Thoreau