Over the past 30 years I have dedicated myself to mentoring and supporting individuals and families overcoming the challenges inherent to familial alcoholism that include codependency, relationship difficulties/addiction and financial stability challenges. I guide instruction of lifelong tools that aid the process of independence through mindfulness, spirituality, visioning and goal setting as they resonate with client belief systems and preferences. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia and a Masters in Latin American Studies from San Diego State University. I am bilingual and bicultural in Spanish and have experience with multiracial family systems and their challenges.
CRAFT family group at SRC starts (in person) Thursday, October 15th at 7:00pm.