June received her doctorate in clinical psychology, an MA in counseling psychology, an MA in clinical psychology, and a BS in psychology. She has six grown children and has been happily married for forty six years. Specializing in couple and family therapy, she also works with couple’s preparing for marriage. She combines over thirty years of experience as a parent educator with her training in family systems, offering effective tools that yield quick results. She also has specialized training in assessing the lethality of couples experiencing domestic violence (DV). She provides the unique service of counseling DV couples wishing to stay together - when appropriate. June also works with individuals experiencing and managing grief, depression, PTSD, OCD, anxiety, personality disorders, and loss. Additionally, she uses her training in brain science to provide clients with insight about how the brain works and how to overcome various struggles through brain training. This helps people understand that, while we all have habitual brains that resist change, we can correct negative or unhelpful thought and behavioral patterns, creating chemical changes in the brain that improve mood and lower anxiety.