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105 Executive Dr., Madison, MS 39110

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I am a therapist that specializes in working with children, teens, young adults, and families living with ADHD, learning disabilities, high-functioning autism, and mental health issues like anxiety. I love helping those with difficulties with executive functioning skills, which can impact most areas of life, including home, school, work, and social settings. I offer a unique perspective that combines professional experience with personal understanding. As a mother of a child with dyslexia and another with ADHD, I have firsthand experience with families’ challenges when dealing with these issues. My passion is helping individuals develop the skills and strategies they need to manage their symptoms and achieve their goals. 

I have worked with children and teens who struggled with severe issues and mental disorders and have seen firsthand the impact these challenges can have on families. Through my work, I have developed a deep understanding of the unique needs of children and families living with these issues. As a result, I am committed to providing compassionate, effective care that helps them achieve their goals and improve their quality of life.

In addition to my clinical work, I am also in the process of becoming an ADHD coach. I believe that coaching is an essential tool for those who struggle with executive function issues. I am dedicated to helping individuals and families develop the skills and strategies to manage their symptoms and achieve their full potential.

If you are looking for a compassionate and experienced professional who can help you and your family navigate life’s challenges, I invite you to contact me today. I look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals.

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Phone: 6623056013

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