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​I treat a variety of issues in my practice, below are some of the most common. 

  • Depression

  • Anxiety/Stress

  • Divorce/Separation

  • Childhood Trauma/Abuse

  • Foster Care/CPS/Adoption issues

  • Anger Management

  • Parent Education and Support

  • Obsessions/compulsions

  • Mood disorders

  • Grief/Loss

  • Prenatal/Postpartum issues


My Philosophy

Some people are interested in a therapist’s philosophy and I’ll share mine. But it’s also okay if you don’t know or don't want to know! It’s information that can be helpful for people looking for a therapist who practices in a particular kind of way, but by no means necessary for most people coming to therapy to know.


I believe in providing a safe, trusting environment for a person to open up and share their experiences. I resonate with the teachings and philosophy of psychologist Carl Rogers, who founded the Humanistic, or client-centered, approach to psychotherapy. Rogers believed that one of the most valuable aspects of the therapist-client relationship was for the therapist to have, what he termed, “unconditional positive regard” toward the client. Basically, he believed that what is most helpful to people – and powerfully therapeutic – is for the therapist to feel unconditionally caring toward the client regardless of what the client does or says.


So, because I ascribe to a Rogerian philosophy, whomever comes in my office, for whatever reason, I think the best of them, and believe they are capable of great things. I am positive, non-judgmental and non-shaming, and when you enter my office it will be a safe environment for you to be yourself.

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