Paschal completed his Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies at Western New Mexico University in Silver City, NM. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Communicating Arts at the University of Wisconsin in Superior, WI.
Paschal brings with him a wealth of experience from working in various community mental health settings. He specializes in addressing a range of mental health and developmental issues, including assisting neurodiverse children, adolescents, and adults, providing support to families dealing with depression, anxiety, and behavioral challenges, helping families navigate internal tensions and conflicts, and engaging with community outreach programs for collaborative and effective mental health experience.
Paschal works with children, adolescents, and their families with a primary focus on working collaboratively to create an effective therapeutic outcome. He also has a strong passion for serving individuals with disabilities and their families; this includes support for parents, siblings, and support systems of neurodiverse individuals.
At the core of Paschal’s approach is the belief in the inherent strength of everyone. He adopts a Strength-Based methodology that recognizes and builds on the client’s innate capabilities. He uses a Multi-Cultural and Person-Centered approach and integrates diverse backgrounds and individual preferences. He integrates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy, and Strength-Based strategies with utmost dedication to person-centered treatments for personal needs, ensuring a collaborative and individualized therapeutic experience.