Why am I a counselor?
When I was young my family moved around a lot. No my father was not in the military, he just changed jobs often. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I learned he had ADHD and that explained the moves. In eighth grade after yet another move I was having a hard time fitting in the new school. A guidance counselor took interest in me and helped me make friends that I still keep in contact with today. I decided right then that I would be a counselor.
Fast forward a couple decades, counseling was put on the back burner for many reasons, but it was finally time for me to follow my dream. I love what I do and I believe that I have the best job in the world for me.
I have three children, two cats, two frogs, one fish and the most supportive husband a girl could ask for. All three of my children have been blessed with ADHD and that has fueled my passion to help others who feel misunderstood or frustrated with their capabilities.
I want to help you no matter how big or small your issues are. Everyone has value and everyone deserves to tell their story. I am looking forward to listening to yours.