Feeling like something needs to change but don't know how or where to start. Maybe you are feeling not good enough, trying keep things looking ok on the outside but inside you are falling apart.
You want to stop using substance to numb emotions. You want to feel more relaxed and manage stressors. Create a work-life balance and manage burnout. You are ready to be less impacted by that critical part of yourself. It is time to participate in life on your terms verses being distracted by perfectionistic tendencies. Your sense of purpose and identity feels unclear making it difficult to connect to a sense of accomplishment. Your important relationships are feeling disconnected and you're at a loss on how to get back on track.
Stephanie can help. Let’s talk and figure this out together.
Stephanie offers years of experience in the field of addiction and mental health. She works with adults struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, infidelity and intimate partner betrayal trauma. Her background includes, working in inpatient/outpatient treatment centers, facilitating psychoeducational court ordered groups and public speaking events.
She specializes in addiction, trauma, depression and anxiety. She has a professional focus ongoing research and working with professionals in trauma exposed job roles, addressing burnout and vicarious trauma.
Stephanie is LGBTQIA+ affirmative, trained in EMDR and Brainspotting and IFS. She uses an integrative therapeutic approach including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Non-Violent Communication (NVC) and Internal Family Systems. (IFS).
Stephanie received her master’s degree from Saint Mary’s University in counseling psychology. She holds undergraduate degrees in forensic psychology/specialization of forensics and the law and addiction counseling.
She is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC). She is Pre-Licensed LLPC Practitioner, under the supervision of Jen Markworth.
She is a member of the American Psychological Association and
The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC)