Quebec is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisor designation (LPCC-S) with the state of Ohio. He obtained his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling from Walsh University. Quebec focuses on working with a wide variety of clientele (including but not limited to) adults (young adults 18-40, middle aged 40-55, older age 60+ , marriage and family (pre-marital, marital, post-marital), adolescence (depression, anxiety, ADHD, suicide/self-harm), children (10 +), foster care, trauma, mood and adjustment issues. He also shares interest in working with clients and families working through transracial barriers. As a former DII collegiate athlete and current high school boys’ soccer coach, Quebec strives to service the athletic community to provide his clients with a holistic approach to healing emotional, social and spiritual challenges regardless of performance level (high school, college, and professional. Players and coaches).
Quebec is married to his wife, Olivia, who works in an adjacent field as a DPT. Quebec and Olivia gave birth to their son in late September. Quebec is an active member in his community working to develop a foundation for racial discussion, coaching high school soccer, and playing drums at his church’s Life Teen Ensemble Band. Quebec strives to serve any client who wants to discover a stronger and healthier version of themselves. Quebec believes that everyone can attain peace, love, and happiness with hard work and a desire to make the changes necessary to achieve balance and harmony.