Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
First saw the sunrise in: Elyria, OH
Favorite breakfast food: Western Omelette
What brightens his day: Optimism, Things that make me laugh, and High-Fives
I graduated from Marietta College (Marietta, OH) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and received my Master of Counseling degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy from the University of Phoenix (Tucson, AZ campus). I began working with the AOD population in 2004 at a methadone treatment facility. Through the years I have provided: case management services to the SMI (severely mentally ill) population, group and individual counseling for the AOD population, individual counseling for the mental health population, and have conducted DUI assessments and education classes. The best part of working in this helping profession is having the honor and privilege of working alongside people that want to improve their lives and actually seeing their lives improve.