Mia works with women ages 15 through older adults addressing a range of mental health and relationship concerns.
In addition, she helps clients navigate challenging life transitions such as changing jobs or careers, caregiving aging parents, or adjusting parenting roles when children become adults.
“Change is an inevitable part of life.” Mia explains. “Sometimes it is welcome and even celebrated; other times change unexpectedly sneaks up and knocks the wind out of us. We all have within us the potential to live joyful and meaningful lives, to be strong in the face of trying circumstances and to bring about positive change and healing. When life gets challenging, counseling is a powerful avenue through which we can find help, healing and hope.”
Kind-hearted, energetic, and engaging, Mia works with diverse populations across multicultural and socioeconomic lines. The approaches she uses include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-focused, Narrative, and Strength-Based therapies, as well as a Christian faith-based approach whenever requested.
Mia completed her M.S. in Community Counseling at John Brown University in 2013. Her experience prior to Growth & Recovery includes outpatient mental health, juvenile justice, outreach ministry, and bereavement counseling for children/teens.
With both day and evening appointments, Mia accepts United Healthcare insurance and private pay arrangements.
National Marriage/Pre-Marital Counseling Certification
Our office is conveniently located in Hunting Creek Pointe office park, just a half-mile from the Little Road/Hwy. 54 intersection in Trinity and within 10 miles of Odessa, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Palm Harbor, East Lake, Tarpon Springs, Bayonet Point, and Hudson.