Mercy has been working in the field of social work for 7 years. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University in Social Work in 2017. She decided to continue her education at Fordham University where she earned her Master’s degree in Social Work with a focus on children and families. Mercy has worked with individuals (adults and children from the age of 4) and families. She has experience with crises, substance abuse, behavioral issues, trauma, abuse-related issues, mood disorders, and psychosis.
Mercy is best known for her client-centered, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, mindfulness, solution, and strength-based perspectives. She prides herself on getting to know and understand her clients, as well as connecting with clients from different cultures and walks of life to help address and achieve goals. She believes “mental health is just as important as physical health” and wants to help all people.