I work with clients who have diabetes and their families; helping them come to terms with their diabetes and deal with it in a healthier way; allowing them to live without being inhibited by diabetes emotionally or physically.
The Mental Effect of Diabetes
What We Are Dealing With
Having lived with diabetes since the age of two, I have been through childhood, making friends, school, college, dating, marriage, pregnancy, birth, postpartum and parenting, with type 1 diabetes.
Over time, I have seen the value of support and talking about my Diabetes with someone who really “gets it;” someone who understands the ever-present stress of A1C’s, Highs, Lows, Insulin Pumps, CGMs. I became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker to be that someone to support others.
I have been a Social Worker for 8 years working with a variety of different people dealing with a wide range of experiences. Starting with an internship in the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, and continuing on to offer clinical therapy and host support groups, I have had the opportunity to work with many people struggling with Living With Diabetes over time. I specialize in working with anxiety through CBT, DBT and “rewiring the anxious brain” as well as solution focused therapy.
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