Mandi is a therapist with over 6 years experience working with adults, couples, adolescents, and first responders. Mandi works with an array of issues, and is passionate about supporting others. She feels strongly that human-beings benefit from the experiences of learning, growing, and developing throughout each stage of life.
Areas of Focus: anxiety, depression, chronic stress, relationship issues, life transitions, self-esteem and confidence, autoimmune issues, critical incidents, PTSD, infidelity, divorce, loss of connection, break up recovery, developing a strong authentic identity, parenting, burnout, grief and loss.
As an adjunct professor, Mandi teaches courses focusing on organizational psychology, research methods, biopsychology, human development, leadership, motivation, genetics, and stress. She volunteers for a Critical Incident Stress Management Team that assists public safety personnel after the experience of a critical incident. Among her latest projects, Mandi focuses on research related to clinical levels of stress, vicarious trauma, and compassion fatigue. Mandi also creates the curriculum for seminars, workshops, and continuing education. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology summa cum laude and Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Carlow University.