Hello! Within Shoshie’s first few years of college, she finally figured out what she wanted to do as a career. Shoshie realized she wanted to help people through their life obstacles, trauma, life stages, and more! She wants to help others with their mental health and make their world a better place.
To Shoshie, counseling is a journey of being honest with who you are and who you want to present to the world. Shoshie believes this journey is special and sacred- and sometimes difficult. She understands that for people to come to a place of vulnerability they need a safe, non-judgmental space, and she hopes she will provide that space for every unique individual. Shoshie believes that it is an honor to be able to embark on this journey with you and to share unique experiences of ourselves.
As Shoshie continues to learn and grow throughout my professional career, Shoshie wants to work with a variety of populations and ages. Her passion is working with children, youth, and families, but will work with so many others. She enjoys working with those who identify as minorities, brown youth/adults, child/adult adoptees, Latinx, and those who struggle with anxiety, depression, body image issues, stressful life stages/obstacles and so much more!
Specialty areas: Children/youth/families/couples counseling, addiction/substance abuse, behavioral problems, adoption, brown children/youth/adults, grief, anxiety, depression, life stages/obstacles, stress, body image issues, eating disorders, and advocacy.