With a major in Psychology and a commitment to be a lifelong learner, Gina grew up in a household touched by alcoholism and addiction. Years ago, she stepped into the rooms of Al-Anon and found a community of others with stories of strength, help and hope. It was through the principles of Al-Anon where she gained the tools to have successful relationships and live a happy healthy life. In doing so, she was able to successfully mend many broken relationships that had been affected by the disease of alcoholism and addiction.
Gina helps the families of our clients with her compassionate and empathetic approach while keeping everyone accountable for their part in the family dynamic. She offers new perspectives, tools and methods for meaningful and lasting change. For loved ones to stay sober, overall family healing is imperative.