Whitney graduated from Lake Erie College in 2012 with a Bachelors degree in Psychology. She joined the U.S. Army and served for eight years. During her service she obtained a Masters degree in Education for School Counseling from Cleveland State University in 2017. After graduation she traveled the country for three years conducting Social and Emotional workshops for teenagers. Whitney returned to Cleveland and Cleveland State University to pursue a license in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Whitney provides counseling services for individuals, adolescents (12+), adults, and families. Her scope of practice includes, but not limited to, working with issues related to trauma, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, grief, anger management, racial identity, codependency, and bipolar disorder.
Whitney leads her session with compassion and empathy. She feels every person she talks to has a story that involves a lot of layers that others may not see. Whitney helps her clients with peeling some of those layers back, so they may begin healing. She looks forward to being able to assist you with what comes next.