"The power to heal and transform our lives is within all of us. My goal is to create mental health and health-related content that helps others explore their well-being and identify ways to best take care of themselves."
Geralyn began working in the mental health field in 2011. As a therapist, she's served in various mental health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and telehealth environments. Previously, she was a co-chair for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance's (DBSA) Young Adult Council. In addition, Geralyn was featured in DBSA's Young Adult Podcast Series.
Geralyn started writing mental health and wellness-related content in 2013. As a staff writer at GenTwenty, Geralyn wrote articles about self-care and self-improvement geared toward people navigating their twenties. At HealthyPlace.com, Geralyn wrote and published articles related to managing bipolar disorder.
Geralyn has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida and a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University.
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