I am currently a graduate student in Walden University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. I have a profound passion for fostering positive change in the lives of diverse individuals and communities. My aspiration is to work collaboratively with a wide range of clients, including individuals who are navigating various personal and relational challenges.

Treatment Approach

I believe that each person is unique and therefore meaningful treatment should be focused on the person not the illness. As I continue to learn more about different theoretical approaches and evidence-based practices, I find that I resonate well with seeking to connect with clients to gain full understanding of the issues they are facing. As such, this allows me the opportunity to create a treatment plan individualized to the person to allow for optimal growth.


“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

– Confucius

Education & Credentials:


Walden University – Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Currently in attendance)
Kenyatta University – Bachelor of Arts in Education