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Graduated in 1998
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Graduated in 1984
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I use evidence based interventions to address psychological distress associated with medical issues. The aim of treatment is to overcome the obstacles in healing. Reorganizing priorities helps to incease control over unpredictable life events. Learning these skills is empowering and readjusts independence. This philosophy is accomplished by recognizing strengths, reducing reactivity through empathy, and building resilience skills. My approach encompasses biopsychosocialspiritual needs.