I graduated from Webster University in 2011 with a Master of Arts in Community Counseling. I am currently completing my PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision as St. Mary’s University.
“USAWA” is a Swahili term for equality or balance. Finding balance within two opposing forces which stop confronting and start complementing each other is a skill few have taken the time to hone.
I see each individual as unique and it is my belief that people more often than not, express something of their personal mantras and truth in the way that they live their lives and this is visible not only in times of angst and adjustments, but also in the ordinary choices and everyday living. Therefore, how you understand yourself, your relationships with others and the world at large are crucial to our work together.
It is my goal to help people make peace with their thoughts through counseling, connection, and creativity. I want to be a breath of fresh air for my clients, with an interactive, integrative, and accepting approach.