Pam is passionate about providing a safe, compassionate, empathetic, and non-judgmental, therapeutic environment to allow for an authentic and strong therapeutic relationship. We as people are wired for connection. Therefore, in the hard moments of life we need someone to walk alongside us through the journey help us move towards the other side feeling heard, supported, and not alone. Pam has additional training in Betrayal Trauma for partners of sexually addicted individuals through APSATS.org. She has also completed level 1 and 2 from the Gottman Institute, a research-based approach to relationships. Her work experience ranges from 4 years to senior adults in managed care, private practice, and school environments.
Providing mental health therapy is a second career for Pam, as she worked in the dental field for 26 years. Pam feels very fortunate to have found two careers she is very passionate about. During her years in dentistry, she completed her Bachelor of Science degree from Franklin University and her Master of Science in education majoring in mental health counseling from the University of Dayton. Pam enjoys spending time with her family and friends; along with being in outdoors, gardening, research, reading, exercise, and visiting the ocean every chance she gets.