Josephine, MSW. is specializing in Mental Health, Geriatric care and medical social work. Her experiences include; living in West Africa, Cameroon, Europe, and as military spouse helping veterans and civilians with complex cases. She enjoys her work with victims of violence, discrimination and other hate crimes. Work with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with severe mental illness, vocational and rehabilitation outreach therapy, crisis evaluations and stabilization. She employs the Stages of Change model to help clients identify behaviors that negatively affect their lives, and collaborates on individualized and group treatment plans to modify or change unhealthy behaviors. She uses evidence based practices to include; Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Strength Based Therapy in her practice, helping clients learn to manage stress and regulate emotions. She has an empathetic approach, and helps clients work with their own strengths and potential.
Hobbies: Nature, gardening, traveling, music