Outgoing, easy to talk to, compassionate, creative and playful, Stephanie is an animal lover, especially of dogs, and volunteers at the local rescue. She is passionate about art and the creative process and often explores new mediums. She relishes in the mess of art and working with different mediums to produce unique pieces that otherwise, without the mess, would never have come about.

Stephanie enjoys supporting and witnessing her clients gain valuable insight as they implement healthy coping skills that bring confidence and positive changes in their lives. She is a great champion for her clients and celebrates positive changes, no matter how small or minor they may seem. Stephanie looks for the positive in everything and everyone and is committed to making therapy exciting and more meaningful for her clients. Her in-depth experience working with children, adolescents and families coupled with her ability to set realistic goals at a pace that is conducive to her clients’ needs makes Stephanie a valued addition to our team.

From intake to discharge, Stephanie is involved in the entire process to ensure every client feels informed, cared for and valued. Stephanie sees the full potential in her clients and is able to quickly adapt her approach to make her clients feel more comfortable. This flexibility complements her special gift of making her clients feel at ease and safe in sharing even the most sensitive issues and troubling concerns.

Light hearted, easy going, and fun, her clients often forget they are in therapy and look forward to their sessions and the therapeutic process. Using art, her sense of humor, compassion and her natural ability to put others at ease, Stephanie has great success in helping her clients realize their potential and move towards their goals. Embodying a strong sense of integrity and honoring the rewards of collaboration, seeing the transformation that occurs in her clients’ lives is what Stephanie loves most about her work. Her clients begin believing in themselves again and are able to change their thinking patterns so they cope more effectively and experience a greater sense of confidence in themselves, in their relationships and in their ability to make better decisions and choices in their daily lives.

**Please note: this clinician’s caseload is currently full and they are not accepting new patients at this time.**

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