I hope I’m an individual. I suppose an eccentric is a super-individual.Margaret Rutherford
We all have a story:
I am not unlike you. I have struggled with anxiety and grief. I have existential crises, and crises of faith. I have not known who I am, or what I want out of life. I have experienced setbacks and tripped myself up, despite knowing better. But I also found help, and then became passionate about sharing what I have learned.
I have always been fascinated by people. Especially how people in their own environments and territories adapt and thrive. I have become convinced that our society teaches us to assume anxiety into our lives, which then debilitates us in ways that are profound and lasting.
I have also come to realize that almost everyone has the capacity to undo what has been learned, and reach for better options that suit their individual paths.
Driven by a desire to help you flourish, I returned to school to receive a Master’s degree in clinical and humanistic psychology after an already full career in an entirely different field.
I have a warm but straightforward demeanor and my office is a haven of creativity, safety, and empathy. I use a variety of modalities and tools to discover what motivates you to take the steps necessary to implement lasting change.
Change comes from within, but is guided from outside. It is through exploring ideas in new ways and questioning patterns and assumptions where we find meaning and focus. I am here to reflect back to you what you cannot clearly see, and to guide you to a core of understanding where you can realign your ideals with your actions.