Associate Professional Clinical Counselor -
I see the work of therapy as learning how to tell our stories.
It is deepening our courage to look ourselves in the eye and tell the truth of what we find.
It is taking in the bountiful love in the world though it sometimes seems impossible to find.
It is learning to savor the taste of a good meal and laughter with others.
It is knowing the name of our sadness whether or not we can find our tears.
It is being. Just as we are with hope for more to come.
Maybe you’ve found yourself wondering:
How can I tell the truth of my experiences when my inner world feels so unknowable? How can I say something real when it causes me so much pain?
How do I apologize when I’ve hurt someone? Or tell someone that they’ve hurt me?
How do I live well and love well when I can’t always afford to pay rent?
I don’t think I can start over. I can’t tell anyone about this.
I’m not too sure what the answers are here. But I think something powerful happens when we try to build even while we have little in our hands. I’d be honored to join you on your own journey of building something new.
Skills and Expertise
Abuse / Survivors of Abuse
Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
Adjustment to College
Aggression and Violence
Child or Adolescent
Compulsive Spending and Shopping
Family of Origin Issues
HIV / AIDS
Mens Issues and Problems
Obsessions and Compulsions
Polyamory and Nonmonogamous Relationships
Trauma and PTSD
Acceptance Commitment Therapy
Person Centered Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Trauma Focused Therapy