I have been working in the human service field for over fifteen years. I have worked in various settings; outpatient counseling emergency services crisis intervention, case management, in a hospital setting on an inpatient psychiatric unit, and for nonprofit agencies. I have a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, a Minor in Health Science, and currently hold my license as a Mental Health Counselor in Massachusetts. I am a member of MAMHCA and have extensive training in Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injury, Substance abuse disorders and, Health and Sexuality. I started my role as a clinician for this organization in 2018. My goal is to promote person-centered supports around independence and skill development.
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the United States, contributing to about 30% of all injury deaths.