It used to be that going to see a therapist or a counselor was something to hide from friends and family - something to be ashamed of. Thankfully, our culture is now accepting the idea that we all need support at different points in our life. The counseling relationship can provide support, guidance, and solutions to the problems that face us. Whether you need counseling for just a few sessions or over a longer period of time, the benefits can effect real, lasting change in your life.
When I say "the problems that face us," I mean a whole range of interpersonal, emotional, and social challenges. There are as many different kinds of struggles as there are people. That said, counseling can be a place to sort out confusion, find fresh perspectives, and re-energize yourself to tackle the ups and downs of your life and feel good about your actions. It's something we all can benefit from at different points in our lives.
Counseling provides a safe, supportive place to discuss your concerns, without judgement. As each person comes to counseling with his or her own concerns, strengths, ways of coping, and hopes for the future, our counseling will draw from different theories of change to best match your needs.
My work includes couples counseling, individual counseling, and family counseling, as well as work focused on employment issues and men's issues.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Relationship issues
- Sleeping disorders
I also have experience in Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Parenting issues, Self esteem, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder
LCPC #CC3955 (Expires: 2020-09-01)