Therapy is not "one size fits all," recognizing every individual and situation is unique, I apply an integrative systemic approach. I have experience working with families, couples, and individuals struggling with addiction, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, and attachment injuries. I am not the expert on your life; you are. I believe we hurt and heal within a relationship, therefore the therapeutic bond is one of the most important catalysts for change. My goal is to provide you with compassion, empathy, and understanding to help build trust and safety to empower you to explore your journey toward healing.
As a member of the military veteran community, I have an understanding of the unique challenges that one may encounter because of their service, such as family separation and reintegration, moral trauma, etc. Additionally, my passion is helping couples navigate the challenges of life together.
My hope is to provide you with a safe non-judgmental space for you to explore your change and growth to live your best life. Asking for help is hard, and I understand the courage and vulnerability it takes to make this first step. Please, feel to reach out if you have questions or if I can make this process easier or more comfortable for you.
Individual counseling is focused upon building a deeper relationship with the self. This may encompass career, planning, loss, grief, and coping with the complexities of life stressors. One’s relationship with their self has a ripple effect that reverberates thoughts ones life.
I can help you with communication and conflict resolution skills that are vital for a healthy relationship. If you’re struggling with emotional or physical intimacy, I can help you feel reconnected.
Do you often feel misunderstood by those who have not served? I understand what it’s like to live the military life, the pressures and expectations placed upon you and your family, while also understanding the honor and sacrifice of military and first-responder careers. I am able to empathize with you from my own personal experiences and struggles.
Intended to support couples throughout any challenges they may be facing through education, guidance, and conflict prevention strategies. It is a safe space to grow together, strengthen your relationship and prepare for a future together as a married couple.
Family therapy is a form a psychotherapy that seeks to reduce distress and conflict by strengthening interaction between family members. This type of strengths-based counseling views problems as patterns or systems that need adjusting, as opposed to viewing problems as residing in the person.
Therapy is a private, confidential space where men can openly connect to what matters to them. While it does not have to focus explicitly on “men’s issues,” therapy can assist with personal awareness and growth, unhealthy ways of expressing psychological pain, and aid in more effective ways of living.