In 2015 Rhonda received her Master’s degree in the art of counseling from Spring Arbor University. In 2017, she became fully licensed as a professional counselor (LPC). She completed a 700 hour internship that consisted of working with substance abuse clients. Rhonda plans to earn her licensure as a certified Alcohol and Drug counselor in 2018. Rhonda earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Life Education in 2010. She has several years of experience working as a case manager, both in child welfare/family preservation and severe and persistent mental illness. Part of her experience includes facilitating group therapy and mental health court.
Rhonda is well versed in cognitive behavioral and solution-based therapies. She enjoys working with individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds. Some of her expertise includes teaching coping techniques pertaining to stress, anxiety, depression, and adjustment difficulties. In addition, Rhonda can provide parental education and has knowledge of numerous community resources.