Haley (she/her) received her Master of Social Work from Fordham University in May of 2017 and is now working toward becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
Haley’s experience includes working with children and families who have been impacted by trauma, grief and loss, parenting challenges, self-esteem issues, anxiety, depression, attachment issues, and parental/familial incarceration. She utilizes a collaborative and strength-based approach that acknowledges the intersecting identities of her clients and cultivates the trusting relationships needed for effective and meaningful treatment.
Haley incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Play Therapy techniques into her practice based on each individual’s unique needs and goals. Haley’s practice is LGBTQIA+ affirming and trauma informed, with a focus on creating a safe and supportive space for clients to process their experiences.
Haley enjoys working with children and helping them understand and express their emotions, as well as develop problem solving and coping skills. Haley recognizes the critical role of caregivers in child therapy and actively engages them throughout the therapy process. She is passionate about helping children and families heal from trauma and regain their sense of safety, connection, and joy.
Haley is practicing under the supervision of RCC's Kimberly Hines, LCSW, RPT-S.
In her free time, Haley enjoys movies, crossword puzzles, and walks with her dog, Graham.
Master of Social Work- Fordham University, NY
Bachelor of Arts (Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies), University of Richmond, VA