Holly is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who uses her understanding of how our environment, including past experiences, impacts our overall sense of wellbeing.
Holly's career has included working with children, teens, young adults and families in homes, schools, and community settings. She has supported individuals regarding anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism, other developmental disabilities, and varying levels of problematic behaviors. Resulting from significant clinical, work and life experiences, Holly also has expertise in working with clients who are experiencing difficulty adjusting to significant life stressors or transitions, family systems that have experienced divorce, are blended, or have encountered other disruptions, and supporting professionals in varying stages of career development.
Holly partners with the clients she serves using components of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and a humanistic behavioral approach to identify their strengths, values, and goals that will help move them toward the change they desire. Holly works to incorporate cultural or spiritual values that are important to each person with whom she is working and her intent is to walk alongside them, offering support and guidance through some of life’s greatest challenges. Everyone has a unique and significant story. It is her goal to help each person develop their own best story in a safe space where that story can be shared, discussed, explored, and developed.
Holly earned her bachelor’s degree in Social Work and a master's degree in Education with a concentration in School Counseling, both through Shippensburg University. Additionally, she studied Applied Behavior Analysis through Florida Institute of Technology to earn her certification in behavior analysis.
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