Regina has been actively involved in the education of children and parents for over twenty-five years.  Her experiences as a speech pathologist, special educator, school and private practice counselor, advocate and parent have prepared her well to effectively problem solve and communicate with others.

Regina has successfully developed appropriate intervention strategies, academic programming, and relevant support services. These student supports fostered positive self-esteem and goal directed persistence for many of her clients.  As a result of their efforts, these young women and men have achieved educational and life accomplishment.

Regina has been a guest lecturer at the University of Missouri – St. Louis and Lindenwood University.  She has given presentations to The Missouri School Counselors Association, Missouri Learning Disabilities Association, St. Louis Archdiocese Special Education groups, District School Counselors, and Parent Teacher Organizations.

Regina is a licensed professional counselor who received a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders from St. Louis University, a Masters of Education in Counseling from the University of Missouri - St. Louis and holds lifetime certificates from the state of Missouri in Learning Disabilities, Behavior Disorders, and Intellectual Disabilities.

Regina provides counseling services for children and adolescents fourth grade through college.  She also provides educational advocacy for parents of children three through twenty-one years of age.

Regina is a member of the following professional organizations: