A native of the suburbs of Philadelphia, Michael moved to Maryland to attend McDaniel College where he received both his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and his master’s degree in Community Mental Health Counseling.
A therapist that believes the relationship between counselor and client is vital to the therapeutic process, Michael creates a comfortable environment that is free of judgement. He uses his enthusiasm and optimistic attitude to develop a strong relationship with each person he works with. Michael will work to empower his clients to unlock the best versions of themselves.
His experience includes working with adults, adolescents, families, and couples. Using a variety of therapeutic techniques, Michael forms a treatment plan based on each individual’s needs. His knowledge allows him to successfully assist individuals suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma-related issues, ADHD, and more.