Clinical Psychologist Trainee
Location Served: Gilroy
Accepting New Patients: Yes
Accepts Insurance: No
“Where does a thought go when it is forgotten?”
Life is wonderfully perfect, until we feel it has come to an end. When that dark path presents itself, it is time to take a challenge that perhaps we have avoided for a very long time. A challenge could be perceived as a change which could bring new beginnings or a change, we may fear the most. The question we should be asking ourselves is, “Am I ready to take that challenge?”
Mental Health is a part of the human anatomy that is needed for an individual to have the best quality of life. Individuals feelings and emotions are crucial to be validated for individuals to have that best quality of life. The way you may be feeling is very valid. Through psychotherapeutic techniques and resources there are ways to have the best quality of life. I provide therapeutic approaches accordingly to one’s accommodations and needs.
I help individuals have the best quality of life in their mental health realm. Psychotherapy has a stereotype of being perceived as “one being crazy” because you are seeking that psychological help. However, this is not the case, we all at one point in life need to seek that help to know how to manage unexpected life situations. It is time to take a brighter look at life.
Area of Focus
Anxiety and Depression
Emotional and Behavioral Issues
Children and Adolescence Counseling
Grief and Loss Counseling
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, Walden University, Minnesota Massachusetts
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
Office Number: (408-778-5120) | Direct Number: (831) 291-5034
Please contact me for appointments.
I do not accept insurance at this time.