Due to COVID-19 requirements, I am ONLY providing Telehealth sessions (no in-person therapy) using the HIPAA compliant platform Simple Practice. Sessions can be performed using your phone, computer, or tablet. I have morning, evening, and weekend times available. Please be aware this is subject to change as conditions related to COVID-19 change. Thank you for your understanding.


Depression is a treatable disorder that influences the way we feel, think, work, sleep, eat, and engage with others. Symptoms may vary in severity from person to person and are present most of the day, nearly every day, for at least 2 weeks for a depression diagnosis. Treatment is provided based on the number and severity of depression symptoms, which can be a serious condition.

Symptoms of Depression

Persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” mood
Feeling hopeless
Irritability or angry outbursts
Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, or helplessness
Loss of interest of activities
Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions
Poor sleep or oversleeping
Appetite and/or weight changes
Body aches, headaches, digestive problems
Thoughts of death or suicide, or suicide attempts
If you are suicidal right now, please call 911 or the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225. Or click here for more resources.
Counseling and treatment let you manage your symptoms so you can resume your daily activities. People experience depression in different ways, depending on their age, gender, and other health factors. Schedule a confidential call with me to discuss your options.
Free 15-Minute Consultation

Therapy Helps With Depression

Are you ready to learn new coping skills to manage your depression? Therapy offers you a safe space to be heard, be seen, and feel validated. You can learn new ways of thinking and how to change habits that contribute to your depression. Let’s discuss what kind of treatment can be tailored to your particular circumstances so you can find joy again.
“It is time to unlearn the things you learned from wounded people.” 

- Unknown


It is normal for people to experience anxiety occasionally as a response to something that is expected to happen. Some people, though, can experience anxiety in a more challenging way, causing their worry to become unrealistic, uncontrollable, and to the point where it is interfering with normal activities or daily living. This can signal the early signs of an anxiety disorder.

There are accompanying physical symptoms as well, ranging from mild to severe and can include, but are not limited to, panic attacks, chest pains, headaches, isolation, poor sleep, and irritability.

Therapy Helps With Anxiety

Learn to recognize and manage symptoms
Understand the cycle of anxiety through psycho-education
Develop coping mechanisms to manage and reduce anxiety
Assist in identification of unhealthy thinking patterns causing anxious behaviors/symptoms
Help manage external concerns related to anxiety

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Specializing in Trauma Informed Care, Psychotherapy, and Counseling Services

Providing therapy services for both Florida and Georgia communities

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 10:00am – 7:00 pm,
Saturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
COVID hours via Telehealth Appointments ONLY for Georgia and Florida residents
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