Common reasons for coming to counseling I see include
, depression, couples working through conflict and looking for improved communication, creating a healthy self-relationship, pre-marriage/pre-engagement counseling, trauma and post-traumatic stress, college/life transitions, and spiritual/faith challenges and traumas.
People often come to counseling feeling stressed, overwhelmed, worried, depressed, and sometimes unsure of where to turn next. My goal is to create a relaxed, comfortable, “come as you are” space that is free of judgment to talk through whatever obstacles are impacting your life. My approach focuses on relationships and is client-centered in order to empower you to take steps towards the healing and growth that you desire. I trust you to be the expert in your life as we walk together towards achieving your goals. In my work, I use an eclectic blend of techniques from IFS, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness to best meet your needs.