Works with: Couples, Individuals of all ages, Groups
Specializes in: Autism spectrum disorder, trauma, depression, suicidality, and chronic mental health conditions resulting in disability
Stephanie is a Licensed Resident in Counseling and a PhD Candidate in Counseling and Supervision at James Madison University. Stephanie has worked with a wide range of ages, presenting concerns, and counseling settings. Stephanie’s uses cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), existential-humanistic, and multicultural orientations to counseling. She was trained in CBT at the Beck Institute and in existential therapies at the Zur Institute. She specializes in treating trauma, depression, suicidality, and chronic mental health conditions resulting in disability. Stephanie believes in neurodiversity, which is the philosophy that individuals with neurological differences, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, should be respected and appreciated as any other human variation. Stephanie specializes in working with individuals on the Autism spectrum in identity development and self-esteem. In addition to her clinical work, Stephanie is an adjunct professor at Marymount University and James Madison University.
Clinical approaches: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Existential-Humanistic, Neurodiversity, and Multicultural Orientations
Ph.D. Candidate: James Madison Univeristy
Adjunct Professor: Marymount University and James Madison University