I was born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe and have been living in the United States of America for over 16 years. I received my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Adler University and my Ph.D. in International Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology – both in Chicago, IL. I am grateful to be back on a college campus as I thoroughly enjoy working with college students. As an immigrant, I am passionate about issues pertaining to acculturation and adjustment of international students and all others living in the diaspora. My other clinical areas of interest include multicultural issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, and family and interpersonal relationships. I practice from an approach that stems from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy but is also interwoven with other theoretical perspectives to best fit each individual that I work with. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, spending time with family and friends, trying new foods and restaurants, listening to music, reading, and writing.