Why do you work in this field?
To show recovery works. I want the client to have hope there a way of life without the use of any mind altering substance.
How long have you worked in this field?
I have worked in the field seven an half years.
What do you bring to the table?
My passion and drive to help others succeed in life on the road thru recovery where others have tried and fell short.
What are your ‘Super Powers’?
A unique way of making you feel your worth which allows them to open up and seek change within themselves.
What do you love about yourself?
Rationality, this wasn’t always the case, but thanks to my obsession with self-improvements, I can agree and change my mind. Also I’m a booksmart and streetsmart.
What’s your favorite positive quote?
“Keep your face always toward the sunshine and shadows will fall behind you.” – Walt Whitman
What words best describe you?
Passionate, kind, loving, forgiving, friend, motivating, trust-worthy, clean and sober, genuine, down-to-earth, and considerate.
Positive things you like to do?
Sleep a full eight hours, make three or more meetings a week, practice my gratitude, and practice smiling to anyone who passes by.
What do you like best about your job?
This isn’t just my job, it’s something I’m passionate about. I believe in the process of recovery. Seeing clients move up is an amazing feeling.
What’s the greatest thing you ever did?
My recovery, which is continues on a day to day basis. Remembering it’s just one day at a time.
Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
Creative writing, photography, and black belt in karate.
Who are your ‘mentors’?
My NA and AA family who show me the way live my life day by day without the use of any mind altering substance.
What is something you think everybody deserves to have?
Being treated with respect no matter who you are.
How do you see yourself?
Emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and socially well just for today, I live for the just for todays, minutes and moments.