Sometimes asking for help is uncomfortable, or we find it embarrassing, but it is a necessary part of life. It doesn’t make us “less than”, I believe it makes us human. At some point in time, everyone will need to ask for help. Maybe you’re at the point where you feel as if you’re drowning and you’re finally willing to reach out or maybe you just feel like you are somewhat struggling and could benefit from therapy. Therapy is where individuals can explore thoughts, feelings, worries, and experiences without judgement.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and an Affiliate Sex Offender Treatment Provider (ASOTP). I have experience working with individuals who have been incarcerated, juveniles who have been mandated for treatment, sex offenders, individuals who have been hospitalized due to their mental illness, and the general population. I have an eclectic approach but often also utilize a Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). I find humor and unconditional positive regard to be an important part of therapy and of our everyday lives. In therapy, I will provide support and guidance to help you understand your thoughts, feelings, and work on implementing change.
I work with all ages-children, adolescents and adults. I work evenings 5:30-8:30p and all day on Saturdays.