Michelle Burke MS, NCC
Mrs. Burke has demonstrated a passion for the helping profession sincechildhood. Her energy has been channeled to providing a space where individuals and families can receive the support they are searching for to accomplish their goals.
She has worked with various populations since completing her Bachelor’s Degree from the University at Buffalo in 2011. Furthering her education, she completed a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the accredited program at The College at Brockport in 2016. During that time she acquired the National Counselor Certification and conducted research on the effects nutrition and nutritional deficiencies have on one’s mental health.
Mrs. Burke has worked in several mental health settings. In the outpatient mental health facilities, people came for help with symptoms of depression, anxiety, bi-polar, suicidal ideations, addiction, and trauma. She provided support for individuals, families, and co-facilitated groups.
She has also spent time traveling to homes working with children, adolescents, and adults to foster a deeper self-understanding,
stabilization, coping strategies, and effective interpersonal relationship skills.
Recently, Mrs. Burke has focus more on relationships and intimacy. Individuals and couples have challenges during different life stages that impact their connections and communication with others. Mrs. Burke is in the process of completing AASECT certification to further develop her specialty. AASECT certification is known for its training and reputation. With history of impeccable standards for training, AASECT is increasingly recognized as the guardian of professional standards in sexual health. AASECT credentials professionals with rigorous academic standards, supervised training/consultation, and field-related experience.
Mrs. Burke strives to create a comfortable, non-judgmental space to provide compassion, insight, and encouragement.