April is certified in the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method (TCYM), specializing in treating clients with PTSD and those who have experienced any trauma or abuse. She has experience as a first-responder committed to making sure people with suicidal or homicidal thoughts receive the help they need.
Using the TCYM approach for counseling, April is able to develop an understanding of how the mind impacts the body and vice versa. She helps clients develop trust in the body and build self-awareness.
April’s an LGBTQ+ ally with an easy-going, laid-back personality which helps her create a calm environment for all clients. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Science in counseling. She has also received extensive training in Neurofeedback and is working toward achieving certification with the Board Certification International Alliance (BCIA).
What would I say to someone considering therapy or counseling for the first time?
Jump in feet first and don’t look back. Everyone needs a therapist; a non-judgmental and impartial party to whom you can tell anything and everything. If you find that the experience was not what you had hoped for, please do not give up. Therapists are like clothing sizes — one size does NOT always fit all.
What I like to do for fun:
I love to paint and do anything arts and crafts related. Being in tune with my artistic self is very cathartic for me. P.S. The meaning of life is 42.