What I Believe
I know that whatever struggles you are having in life, you want support from someone who really cares about you.
You’d like a therapist who understands what you are going through when you feel alone in your pain.
You long for a wise counselor who can give you guidance when your way forward is unclear.
You hope that the person you work with will be able to make you feel better when you are struggling with frightening feelings.
You want someone who will be your champion and believe in you when you can hardly believe in yourself.
You’re looking for someone who has the tools to help you become your best self.
As a seasoned psychotherapist with training in Gestalt Psychotherapy, EFT Relationship Counseling, EMDR, and as a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, I am here to give you everything you need to have a more vibrant, fulfilling, confident, successful, and happy life.
I combine the best therapy techniques, a life-time of wisdom, and an open heart to help you achieve your goals for a healthy mind, body, and spirit.
You can have a great love. I get you there by teaching emotional attunement, positive support, and mindful expression.
Through a comprehensive evaluation and assessment process we establish what you need and create a roadmap for our work together.
How I Help
I offer an authentic relationship where I see the best in you, enter your world, listen with undivided attention, and provide honest feedback, great information, and wise guidance.
How I am
I am a Gestalt therapist, an EMT trained couples counselor, and EMDR practitioner.
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