Updated: Feb 24, 2021
When I was a little kid, my parents always thought I would be a teacher. I loved working with younger children and was always very patient. I tried teaching elementary and middle school through various summer programs in college and realized it wasn't for me. Through some soul searching, and various jobs working with children and in residential shelters, I found psychology to be FASCINATING and just really cool. I ended up pursuing my doctorate in clinical psychology and currently work in university counseling. I was given an opportunity in 2019 to adjunct a college course in psychology. On the first day, I was literally so nervous! The PowerPoint didn't work, and I had to write on a chalkboard. It was disorganized, but I survived.
Fast forward to today, I am lucky enough to teach 2 courses per semester. I engage with students in a collaborative way, not as an expert but as a facilitator in helping them achieve their goals. To see more about my recent teaching experience click here.
As I created the WWC program, I began to get those excited butterflies I had on my first day of teaching. I wanted to facilitate groups for people to have the opportunity to share ideas and struggles with like-minded others, to feel supported and safe in an online environment, and experience a sense of community many people desperately need. I love running groups for the camaraderie that happens as we share our lives together. It is absolutely fantastic and It brings me so much joy. I want to give you the opportunity to experience that joy too.
Are you ready to get the support you deserve?