There are times in our lives when we feel sad, lonely, scared, and stressed. To get through these difficulties, it is helpful to have a support network around us, to journey along with us and to hold hope for us when we struggle to have it for ourselves.
Similarly, there are times when children or adolescents may feel overwhelmed or are struggling academically or socially and need additional care and support as they transition through life changes.
For over ten years, I have been helping children, adolescents, adults, and family through challenging life situations and complex emotional issues in order to make choices that increase peace, wisdom, and well-being in themselves and their relationships. I see myself as a co-journeyer, someone to help carry the pack when it feels too heavy for one to handle, and to hold hope for you, your child, and your family as you make your way to stronger relationships, health, and wholeness.
The roots of my clinical approach are humanistic and client-centered, but have also been informed by neuropsychology, evidenced-based practices of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).