Working With Me

Through my years in the hospitalizations, intensive therapy, and earning my degree at Fairleigh Dickinson University, I came up with the idea of coaching the families and loved ones of those with schizophrenia.

They are the "forgotten victims" of mental illness.

 

Often, loved ones of those diagnosed with this disease are not introduced to the same necessary resources given to the patients.

You are, however, deeply influenced by the condition and reality of your loved ones' diagnosis.

Caregivers need empathy, compassion, and a method to deal with emotions such as guilt, powerlessness, and lack of understanding of their loved ones' needs.

I create a space where you can deal with your feelings without fear or judgment while helping you learn from a personal perspective of the illness itself.