Children, Teens & Adults
Mahogany "Mo" Hall, MA, Student Intern
Over the past few years I’ve had some impactful memories that have changed my life completely. My memories began when I received an athletic scholarship at Lynn University the fall of 2015. I enrolled in a program which allowed me to obtain my degree in Forensic Investigations in three years. By participating in that program, it allowed me to earn my master’s degree in my fourth year of college. With the help of my family and professors, I decided to get my master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. When I graduate, I hope to work with victims of domestic violence and trauma.
My grief story began in 2015 when my grandmother died of a heart attack. It was a difficult time for me because it was the beginning of my senior year of high school. It was challenging knowing that my grandmother would not see me graduate. After playing my final collegiate basketball game in March of 2019, I found out my great aunt died of a heart attack. During that moment, the world stood still. Although I have had other deaths in my family, my grandmother and great aunt’s deaths were the most heartbreaking. Working at Tomorrow’s Rainbow has shown me the importance of having a safe place to explore grief, and the impact of grief counseling.
Mo is completing a dual internship at Berger Counseling Services and Tomorrow’s Rainbow. She helps to support grief, loss and trauma, including helping children, teens and adults dealing with the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting .