My name is Edit Vidalon, and I hold a Bachellor degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and currently, I am a graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Palo Alto University. I specialize in working with Addictions, Personal Growth, Self-Esteem, Relationship and Domestic Violence. My approaches are derived from my experience, holistic view, and goal oriented strategies to facilitate lasting life change. I bring to my work genuine passion and enthusiasm. Some of my skills are listening, understanding and empathy with individuals who seek me as a facilitator to achieve change. I spread my work of empowerment and motivation through education in addiction and prevention programs.
As a Fellow from the National Board for Certified Counselor and NBCC Foundation, I have created this interactive and supportive emotional website (VIDA) that will allow unserved families from many cultures and diverse views to learn about the effects of drug use and addiction.
American Psychological Association ( Student Afialiate)
Chi Sigma Lota