Chloe is a licensed therapist with 8 years of experience.
I became fascinated with mental health because I grew up curiously observing nature vs. nurture within my own family. I have 4 siblings — 3 adopted and 1 biological — and I often marvel at how different we all are despite growing up the same way. My early counseling career involved working in residential substance abuse facilities and the trauma correlation was so striking, I knew I needed more specialized training beyond my master’s degree. I was then fortunate to get the opportunity to train and work at UCF RESTORES, the National Center of Excellence for First Responder Behavioral Health for 5 years where I specialized in treating first responders and veterans suffering with PTSD. I fell in love with helping first responders as an underserved trauma population and as the ones who risk their lives to take care of everybody else.
I see the strength and resiliency in others when they struggle to see it in themselves. I’m confident that recovery is possible from any trauma when paired with commitment and the right trauma-focused treatment. I feel very grateful that I’m easily entrusted with a person’s deepest thoughts and emotions. I bring humor, empathy, and compassion, but I will help you challenge behaviors and thoughts that are not serving you anymore.
I’m a passionate provider who will go the extra mile, but I expect my patients to bring that same tenacity. My biggest goal above all else is to provide hope, trauma psychoeducation, and evidence-based strategies to help you recover as fully as possible.