About Me


I'm here to help

In this culture we are so often defined by what we do, and today I am so proud of the fact I am a mental health counselor. I get the awesome privilege of hearing people's stories, holding space for them as they heal, and supporting and motivating them as they achieve goals for personal growth. It is important, sacred work. When my clients find their sense of inner peace, it radiates outward into the world benefiting untold others. We can all make this shift, collectively making the world a better place.

”I received counseling from Patricia for a little over a year. While that year was one of the most difficult in my life, I gained so much more personal growth than I could have imagined. I was very hesitant to seek counseling especially because of how sensitive my situation was. However, from the very first session I felt safe and comfortable to talk through it all. Patricia was able to find me many different resources and ways to cope with the different things I was dealing with throughout my year. I was able to not only move forward from my initial struggle, but also continued on to tackle being a better version of myself. I would highly recommend to try a session out. It was one of the best decisions I have made and I will be forever grateful for all that I learned.”
— Linda D.

The positive feedback I have gotten most often in my personal and professional life is my ability to authentically relate to people. I feel humbled and confirmed knowing scientific evidence supports that the counseling relationship is in itself healing.

I am thankful I found a counseling program supporting a blend of holistic, integrative and scientific approaches. I graduated with my Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Florida, and completed my internship experience at the Hubbard House shelter and outreach center in Jacksonville, FL.

Currently working towards full licensure as an LMHC, I work under Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern status and the supervision of an LMFT.