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As a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work and a Clinical Member of the American Association of Family Therapy Michelle enjoys working with Couples in distress, parent coaching for children's problems in a Family therapy context, and Individuals who are wanting to address problems expressing as depression, anxiety or problematic behaviors.
With past experience in Nursing and Catholic Parish Ministry and an undergraduate degree in Theology; Michelle approaches counseling with a broad understanding of what in a person’s life and relationships might need a new kind of balance or understanding so that problems may be overcome, behaviors changed and relationships renewed. Michelle strives to combine a tender supportiveness with confident guidance and often uses between-session assignments to help people move actively towards their goals.
I have completed AEDP immersion and Essential skills will be complete in 2016.
Sliding scale is available with supervisees working in my practice.