Workshops, Presentations and Community Outreach

Sharing information in workshops or outreach programming is one of my favorite things to do. Please see below for list of my frequent presentation topics:

  • Stress management
  • Communication skills
  • Therapy with complex trauma survivors
  • Eating disorders theory and intervention
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder: theory and intervention
  • Optimal performance work with athletes and student-athletes
  • Assessment and communication skills when working with college students
  • Choosing a college major
  • Resume and cover letter writing
  • Career motivators and career choice
  • The role of networking in career exploration
  • Giving and receiving feedback in the workplace
  • Strong Interest Inventory and Myers Briggs Type Indicator interpretation and integration

Recently, I have presented to community groups including Wider Circle, Walter Johnson High School Health and Wellness Summit, and the Wellness Center at Howard Community College, as well as local, regional, and national professional association meetings. Please contact me if I can assist you or your organization!


As an adjunct faculty member in the University of Maryland’s Counseling Psychology program, I regularly provide clinical supervision to doctoral level students taking a psychotherapy practicum or career counseling practicum. If you are looking for a doctoral level supervisor, I am available to provide supervision or consultation.  

As your supervisor I can assist with:

  • General clinical supervision for pre-doctoral or post-doctoral clinicians
  • Conceptualization from an attachment related and interpersonal perspective
  • Integrating a trauma-informed perspective into your work, where relevant
  • Ways in which vocational counseling and emotional/social counseling cannot be distinguished