Celine received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology as well as her Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from The University at Albany, State University of New York.
Celine worked at the Child Guidance Center for Northeast Parent & Child Society as a clinician before transitioning to Samaritan Counseling Center. Most of her experience at the Child Guidance Center involved aiding children and adolescents in finding their own voice in their environment. In her work with children and adolescents, Celine discovered that the essential piece in helping these individuals formulate their identity is in assisting their parents in developing and modeling healthy parenting styles. As a result, she strongly believes in the family system. Along with her interest in continuing family work, Celine also has a keen interest in trauma work, issues around adoption, anxiety, depression, as well a relationship issues.
Celine is currently a resident at Samaritan Counseling Center, where she can continue to her passion in being able to offer families, couples, as well as individuals a safe and welcoming environment; which is essential in order to begin their process in growth and overcoming their challenges.