Yleis Engerman, MS, LADCI, LMHC
Clients that are focused and motivated to get better, and are willing to put forth the effort to do so. Clients that are ready to dig deep and work on issues that are way past the surface. Clients who may not initially be in the contemplation stage of change, but knows that change is needed.
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I specialize in Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use/Abuse, and PTSD. By implementing CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Behavioral Activation and other approaches tailored specifically to you, I can help you to regain functioning in need areas.
Its hard to go through tough situations, and it is even harder to go through these situations when you feel like you are alone and nobody cares and/or understands. I care, and I am willing to help you to work on these issues.
- Years in Practice: 5 Years
- School: Alabama State University
- Year Graduated: 2015
- License and State: 10921 Massachusetts
- Certificate: BSAS / 17290
- Certificate Date: 2018
Woomendy Jean, MFT
As someone who has always been interested in the wellbeing of others, Woomendy always knew she wanted to be in a field where she could help individuals work on their relationship with others, and support them in working through their feelings.
She is a firm believer that we all have the ability to solve problems in our lives. However, sometimes there are other things that may interfere with our capacity to do so such as; traumatic events and other environmental factors.
Her vision is to provide a non judgmental and empathetic space for individuals, couples, and families to meet their needs and achieve their goals.
Her various experiences include working with children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families from all ethnic and cultural background. Trauma is her niche but she also works with clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety related disorders, adjustment disorder, etc. She works from a solution focused and narrative theory approach, which are two approaches that are largely beneficial to those who struggle with trauma.
Woomendy is fluent in Haitian Creole. Her Education and trainings include a MS. in marriage and family therapy through Capella University and currently enrolled in certification program in Trauma.
Let Woomendy be the one to help you on your journey to taking an Oath to better yourself.
Crystal Patterson, LMHC
This is the beginning of a journey that will change your life…however, you are in control of the outcome and Crystal will take each step with you. Through coping skills such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Strength Base, and Trauma Focused Therapy, each session will be tailored to you to help you conquer all of life’s transitions.
Crystal is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with more than 7+ years of experience in therapeutic support services. She specialize in Depression, Adoption, Anxiety, and Substance or Physical Abuse. As well as Domestic Violence, Childhood or Adulthood trauma, and Conflict Resolution. She provides an open and nurturing environment that is free of judgment and politically correct responses. In your environment, the only requirement is for you to be YOU!
Yvana Engerman, MS
Yvana Engerman is the Practice Manager at MSO. She has a Bachelors in Psychology, as well as a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the Alabama State University. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at Walden University in Counselor Education and Supervision. At this time She is also a Social Science Specialist for the Veterans and Military Crisis Line. She is also awaiting board approval for her LPC in the state of Alabama. Once approved it will be her hope to work with children and families. If you have any question, feel free to reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sierra Webster, Administrative Intern
Major: Sociology and Anthropology
Senior with anticipated graduation of 2022
Sierra plans to take her degree and use it towards helping others in a social working field whether it be within DTA, DCF, or human resources. Being able to understand how society as a whole influences the actions, thoughts, and choices of individuals is important to Sierra. She has always wanted to understand others and their perspectives so she can provide alternative ways to help.
Being the Administrative intern at My Self Oath, will give Sierra the experience she needs to step foot in to the healing profession.