Psychotherapy is a collaborative process that focuses on identifying solutions for issues ranging from everyday struggles and opportunities to significant personal distress and impairment in your personal life.
In therapy, I often work with individuals who struggle with relationships, depression, anxiety, or an addiction.
As a Certified Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselor (CADC-II), I work with people attempting to recover from an addiction, as well as clients who are negatively impacted by the addiction of someone close to them, like a friend, partner, or family member.
I strive to be competent about and sensitive to differences in culture, ethnicity, spirituality, and sexuality, and view these differences as central to an individual’s experience and happiness.
Due to my years of experience in college counseling centers, I often work with young adults. My work with college and graduate school students most often focuses on questions concerning personal development, professional identity, and long term goals in both those areas.