Psychotherapy is about becoming comfortable with who we are amid all the bullshit we face moment-to-moment.
Recovery is possible.
People work with me who want to live a more engaged life. They want stronger relationships and more mindfulness awareness. Consequently, people who work with me develop an appreciation for the complexity of their lives and the lives of those around them. I'm not the type of therapist who candy-coats feedback, and my clients appreciate that about me.
We'll use Individual Psychotherapy to address what is holding you back in life. We'll work to resolve issues such as paralyzing depression, grief, PTSD, crippling anxiety, and addiction. We'll deal with the parts of your life that have really sucked freeing up energy to create a meaningful future.
We can utilize Couples Counseling to focus on improving communication and connection with the person most important to you. This can feel brutal to go through but is important to rekindle intimacy. Otherwise, your relationship becomes one of avoidance.
Also, Family Therapy is an option as children become adults-in-training and parents have concerns/all out terror. I provide a safe place to discuss potential conflicts allowing each person to be heard, the family system to evolve, and developmental processes to emerge.
Veterans: I am contracted with the VA for veterans with service-connected disabilites. Click here for more info.
Naropa University: Master of Arts in Contemplative Psychotherapy
Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Addiction Counselor
Certified Group Psychotherapist
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)