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Heal yourself, but don’t rush; Help people, but have boundaries; Love others, but don’t let them harm you; Love yourself, but don’t become egotistical; Stay informed, but don’t overwhelm yourself; Embrace change, but keep pursing your goals.

Yung Pueblo

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Have you been stuck? Feeling lost? Feeling overwhelmed? Lacking purpose? Has everything changed and you don't know when it did, or how it happened?

There is no better time than now to focus on yourself, your goals, your purpose, or your needs. Taking time for yourself is not selfish - it is essential to living a quality life. 


 With a professional background as a helping professional and first responder since 2011, I felt I had finally found my calling when I became a mental health professional almost a decade later in 2021. After becoming a mother in 2017 my world changed and so did I. The Lens of my world changed and I didn't even know it! Becoming a mother inspired me to reach my highest potential for myself, and to set an example for my daughter of how to live life in a meaningful way.

Prior to my completing my clinical degree in mental health counseling from Walden University, I also studied to gain specialized education and training in Crisis and Trauma as well as Forensic Counseling. Since finishing Graduate School, I have sought post Master's education and training in perinatal mood disorders, CBT, DBT, SFBT, sand tray therapy, play therapy, and mindfulness techniques. I am a life long learner and look forward to continuing my formal education and training in the future as I continue on my own path of fulfillment. 


 I believe our paths are often not straight lines, but instead woven over time, and full of intricate stops along the way. I know how hard it is to change without trying and yearning for a life that once was, or to want a life you've only ever dreamed of. I felt that in my bones for many years, feeling conflicted and lost. Having the proper support, be it from family, friends, or your therapist, can make the journey feel possible. Please know that it is possible, and on days that you don't feel it is, pause and wait - because tomorrow is another day, and it just might be a bit better than the last. 

I provide mental health services to help you address your needs and goals and I offer support as you navigate your personal mental health and wellness challenges. I work with clients closely in order to achieve measurable results that allow them to push forward with a new, positive mindset. I enjoy working with new parents, adults seeking individual counseling and children. 


 Please browse my site and reach out if you are interested in working with me. I currently am able to offer Telehealth services to clients who reside in South Carolina, as well as in person sessions in the greater Spartanburg area. I offer free 15-minute consultations by phone to help determine if I am a good fit for you and your needs. 

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One-on-one sessions with a provider who takes the time to tend to your mental health plan every week before and after your session. Where one can be in control of their mental health plan by setting attainable goals with a clinician using a holistic approach to your mental health with evidence-based practices.


The benefits of individual therapy with social support connections. Beginning Summer 2024. Sessions will be 90 minutes and occur 1-2 times weekly for 6 weeks according to the necessary protocol for the group type . 


Utilizing sand tray techniques, play therapy, and art therapy the therapist will work individually with the child to address social-emotional needs, anxiety, ADHD, and adjustment disorders. Depending on the age, closer to the completion of treatment, the therapist may recommend group support via a closed group setting running for 6-8 weeks. 

“The beginning is always today”

Mary Shelley


Spartanburg, SC, USA

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