Mental Health Practitioner
Justine completed her Master of Science in Education degree with a focus in Clinical Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Superior. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut. Justine is completing clinical training toward a license in Professional Counseling under the supervision of Dan Maki, MA, LMFT, LICSW.
While using a person-centered approach, her focus is on the strengths of each individual or couple. Using a variety of modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, psychodynamic, and mindfulness-based approaches, Justine works to create a safe and supported atmosphere that encourages healing and change.
As a former Division 1 athlete from the University of Connecticut, Justine has a strong passion for athlete mental health and sports psychology. She has experience working with amateur, college, and professional athletes and uses her prior experiences as a helper and an athlete to make therapy a safe and comfortable place for her clients.
In her free time, Justine enjoys working out, playing hockey, and exploring the outdoors.
Justine's specific areas of clinical interest include:
Anxiety ADHD Behavioral Issues Coping Skills Depression Grief Life Transitions
Mental Health in Athletes Peer Relationships PTSD School / Occupational Issues Self-Esteem Stress
Justine currently sees clients online via Telehealth.