In the stressful world we are living in it is important to teach others how to care for themselves through compassion and empathy. Naomi finds that providing clients a private and safe place to express themselves emotionally opens a door to self understanding and self love. During her practice as a Social Worker she has found that by teaching others how to view their world through the lens of non-judgment or expectation, she has helped them to decrease distressing emotions and to have compassion towards themselves. She has achieved this through educating clients how to identify negative thinking patterns and how to change them. She also educates clients about the importance of eating healthy and being active to improve overall functioning.
Education and Certification
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology – Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Member of Psy Chi – Psychology National Honor Society
Masters of Social Work – Rutgers University School of Social Work
Concentration: Mental Health Children and Families
Why are you passionate about providing mental healthcare?
There was a point in my life where I was suffering from the cycle of anxiety and depression. Through learning how to end my negative thinking, being mindful, and loving myself, I sparked the willingness and compassion to teach others how to help themselves.