Individual, Relationship & EMDR Therapy
“The curious paradox is that when I can accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” - Carl R. Rogers
Individual & Relational Therapy
Process & Support Therapy Groups
The Survivor – For Grief & Loss – Support for those adjusting to life after loss
Achieving Life Balance – Creating understanding for yourself and adjusting your life to match!
Living with Anxiety – Tip, Tools & Support to recognize a different way of living
(Please contact me if you are interested in more information regarding an upcoming group.)
Areas of Clinical Experience
As a marriage and family therapist I provide individual & relational counseling to people seeking assistance with a variety of concerns. Throughout my work, I have gained most of my experience working within the following areas:
Trauma is very broad term that can mean many things. A person can experience an individual trauma or a lifetime of compound traumas that leave them struggling to live a fulfilling life. When traumas are left unresolved, people often report feelings of sadness, anxiety or difficulties in their relationships. As a certified EMDR therapist I can help people overcome struggles and symptoms stemming from traumatic experiences.
Self-Empowerment & Self Esteem
Many times people come to counseling (as individuals or as part of a couple) struggling with issues that connect to their personal views of themselves and their self-worth. Spending time exploring how this topic affects you in your life and relationships can be beneficial for many reasons.
Addiction & Recovery as a Family System
Addiction does not affect the sole individual who uses substances. Addiction is insidious in nature and creates a complex road to healing. Whether you are an individual in recovery or struggling to rebuild trust with someone who struggles with substances abuse, I have experience working with clients as they re-discover what balanced living with healthy boundaries, emotional regulation and self-discipline looks like.
Couples & Blended Families
The new “Modern” family is referred to as a blended family in a counseling setting. This term is broad and can mean a variety of things. When new family dynamics are encountered, many times people are left feeling uncomfortable, overwhelmed and under-supported in their efforts to establish the new family unit.