Mackenzi (she/her/hers) is a third-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at William James College in Boston, MA, currently holding a Licensed Professional Counselor – Associate credential as she works towards full licensure. With a background in special education and certified as a school psychologist, she also holds a Master’s degree in Intervention Services and an Educational Specialist’s degree in School Psychology from Youngstown State University. Her background includes working with neurodiversity, the LGBT spectrum, and children and adults with disabilities. Her goal is to make therapy an accessible source of support for all. She believes that well-being can take many forms, and her therapy is individualized to your unique journey. Mackenzi’s approach is grounded in empathy and evidence-based practices, providing a safe space for you to explore and conquer life’s challenges. She believes therapy includes working together to pave the way for your personal growth and well-being. Mackenzi also brings experience in assessment for all ages, addressing a wide range of referral questions. Her evaluations cover domains such as mood, personality, behavior, cognitive functioning, neuropsychology, achievement, and adaptive skills. Her goal is to find the best clinical words to describe your symptoms and experiences, helping to develop practical treatment recommendations to empower you in any treatment setting you may find yourself in. Mackenzi also serves the community in other ways through school consultation and leading professional development for teachers and wellness professionals, particularly in the areas of social emotional learning and self-care for caring professionals. She is also involved in research in mental health and education and professional advocacy at the local, state, and national levels.