If so, counseling can help.
Reconnect with your partner. Find solutions to recurring problems. Better your communication and deepen your relationship.
Get back to being your old self. Or make changes in your life to move forward. Find support after a break up, job loss, or other major transition. Find ways to live your best life.
I wanted to become a therapist because I went through some trying times as an adolescent. I was so fortunate to have other older, wiser people come along side me to empower me, give me space to process, and give me clarity and direction. I saw the healing power of counseling. Not only that, but when I got a taste of being able to help others (high school peer counseling!), I was hooked. Since then, it’s been my mission to help others towards hope and healing.
Over 25 years later, my passion for helping others continues to fuel my work. I have been in professional practice for over 15 years and have helped hundreds of people to find ways to make their lives happier, more balanced, and more purposeful. I create a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere where you can feel comfortable to share you’re the feelings and thoughts that you may find hard to share with others. In addition to warmth and humor, I can give you coping techniques that are based on clinical research, and proven to work for most people.