“My goal is to treat all my clients with respect, dignity, and as I would like to be treated. I want to see my clients succeed in life and recover from their addictions. I strive to set a positive example as a woman in recovery and to provide a safe, sober environment.”?
Holly graduated from Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology with a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy in spring of 2014 and is currently pursuing clinical hours for licensure as both a marriage and family therapist and a licensed professional clinical counselor.
Holly earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice at California State University Fullerton and graduated magna cum laude with honors in 2011.
In 2009, Holly graduated from Saddleback College with a Certificate in Alcohol & Drug Studies. Holly is licensed by the state of California to provide addiction counseling services and she holds a CATC level III license, Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor. Holly is a member of CAADE, California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators and a member of the ACCBC Addiction Counselor Certification Board of California. Holly has also been trained to work with clients in domestic violence situations and has completed state mandated training to help both victims and perpetrators of violence.
Holly began working with alcoholics and addicts in 2007 as the resident advisor for an all female sober living home. In 2008 Holly became a member of the staff at Ocean Hills Recovery and has been with the company since the beginning of her counseling career.