Julie earned her Master of Science degree in clinical psychology from Loyola University, Maryland. She has experience treating a range of psychological conditions, including mood disorders, anxiety, behavioral disorders, trauma, and adjustment disorders. Her therapeutic style is cognitive behavioral and person-centered oriented. She empowers her clients to manage their symptoms and assists in helping them gain insight on which factors could be positively or negatively affecting their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Julie is skilled in identifying exactly what buttons to press and when.
If you’re totally overwhelmed, Julie can help. She specializes in helping her clients make space for the things that really matter while promoting overall well-being. This could include community engagement, interpersonal relationships, sense of meaning/purpose, and accomplishments. Focusing on achieving and maintaining overall wellness is the key to finding balance. If you want to start feeling like yourself again, a session with Julie is a great place to start.