I will never live down my Los Angeles roots or the fact that my favorite part of life is being called Mommy to my sweet Austin. For years I’ve been extremely passionate about seeing this generation live on purpose. In June 2012 I had an insanely God-lead vision to found a worldwide organization called Unashamed Impact encouraging young leaders to rise to their calling and be proactive in their cities through leadership development and community outreach. This has given many an opportunity that fosters the visions of young leaders and provides the tools they need to grow and create change in their communities to their fullest God-given potential. In having the opportunity to share this vision through radio, christian news sites, retreats and conferences it exploded across the social media world and continued to grow in impact from Africa to the Dominican Republic and cities throughout the US.
I have one cause, and that is the individual. So my educational journey through Clinical Psychology to the therapy and mental health field continues primarily with the goal to act in partnership with the church and public health for youth and young adults. I’m aiming to play a role in the therapy, prevention and treatment of individuals who struggle with emotional problems, life crisis, and behavioral and psychological disorders.
I’ve been certified in Mental Health First Aid; meaning I’m “trained to provide initial help to people experiencing mental health problems such as depression, anxiety disorders, psychosis and substance abuse use disorders” coordinated by the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, the Maryland Department of Mental Health and the Missouri Department of Mental Health. I also help facilitate Recovery Support Groups in my city with NAMI (the National Alliance of Mental Illness) for those living with a diagnosis or mental condition.
The purpose of this blog is likewise to advocate healthy, biblical, every day living!
I love writing, reading, fitness, theater, and all things Jesus! Thanks for joining me on this journey! I’m a contributing writer to The Christian Post, The Huffington Post, Whole Magazine, Project Inspired, and To Save a Life.
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