You’re a go-getter. You believe that if there is a way to work your way out of a problem, then defining those steps will get you out of this slump, worry, and recurring conflict.
A creeping sense of unease can look like fear, sleeplessness, dissatisfaction, or sadness coupled with the stress of responsibilities you already have. Your upset might manifest as frequent arguing with your partner, a dip in professional performance, or emotional numbing. You want to figure this thing out, so you can all get back to normal. I want to help you re-define normal, not only as a way to be productive but as a way to remain understood, respected, and connected to your loved ones.
We can work together on your self-expression and relatedness. What I offer in counseling is a safe, neutral space to look at the facts and your reactions to life as you know it. My style is conversational, warm, and curious. I will take the time to listen to you and to challenge what you and yours always believed to be true at a pace that is healthy and approachable.
You can find your way again in your relationships to yourself and to others. Your life can feel less confusing. The best news is I can help you recalibrate with careful support and understanding. I look forward to knowing you better, hearing your story, and being of service in your care.
I promise to be there for you every step of your journey. My goal is to help you grow from your struggles, heal from your pain, and move forward to where you want to be in your life.
My experience as a family therapist enables me to offer effective outpatient, individualized, psychotherapeutic interventions. I treat a number of mental health disorders, and provide neutral ground to individuals, families, and couples who are suited for this level of care.
I work with clients across a wide spectrum of gender and sexual identities. Family therapy with me is affirming of diversity across racial, ethnic, and religious boundaries. I am allied to the LGBTQ+ community.