Certified Peer Supporter
Having to change schools, make new friends, and adjust to a new environment. Being bullied (by peers/family/friends). Having hardships with my body-image. Working through a family members/friends/peers death. Emotional abuse within a relationship. Physical abuse within a relationship. Anxiety, Being an injured athlete. Having a lack of confidence; low self-esteem levels.
I am a current student at Capital University studying Intervention Education. I love all types of animals and music and my favorite thing to do is travel! I cannot wait to meet you!
When doing peer recovery sessions with JCPS students, the principal specifially mentioned that I have a gift for interacting with kids. I was also selected as one of the first peer recovery supports to be integrated into Mindfully’s clinical pod because of my involvement with the NAMI walk and the strong feedback that was received from the Mindfully team at the walk.
I am in the behavioral health field because I have experienced mental health struggles before so I can empathize with clients who are trying to reach their goals, better their mental health, and become the best version of themselves.
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