Mindy graduated from Tulane University and completed her internship at Tulane Medical Center. With over 20 years of experience, she is a qualified clinical supervisor. Mindy also has a SAP (Substance Abuse Professional) certification
Mindy’s passion and specialty is in women’s issues including treating addiction, mental health issues, trauma/PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, as well as eating disorders. She is clinically trained in family systems, family sculpting, experiential therapy, and psychodrama as well as EMDR training. Mindy also serves as liaison with referral sources and works closely with therapists, EAP’s and interventionists throughout the country assuring continuity of care for our patients. She specializes in treating clients that suffer from addiction and trauma using cognitive behavioral techniques.
Mindy strongly advocates for helping clients see the connection between how they think, what they tell themselves, and the feelings and actions that follow. Mindy’s passion lies in Women’s Empowerment, as she seeks to help women find their inspirations and strength to transform their lives with confidence. Working from a strength-based and affirming approach to help women regain the connection between mind, body, and spirit.
Mindy has published articles in Behavioral Health News, The Boca Observer, and has been on 20/20 with news anchor Elizabeth Vargas. The FHE Women’s Empowerment Program tagline “rebuilding women’s lives” comes from a very personal place of rebuilding her life after going through and dealing with the impact of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Mindy believes that every day is a new opportunity to take steps towards building recovery. The excitement about coming to FHE is in helping to develop an integrated program focusing on the unique needs of women’s health and recovery. Body/Mind/Spirit.