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Couple by a Lake
Couple by a Lake

Services Provided

For some of us, our paths are wide, smooth, and clearly marked. Many people, however, find that they have a difficult time figuring out where they need to go next. Working with a therapist doesn't mean there is something wrong with you. It means there is something right with you. It means that, in spite of everything, you have maintained an interest in who you are. I can’t wait to watch you rise!

Treatment specialization includes:

  • Grief and loss
  • Identity Formation
  • Life transitions 
  • Stress and Anxiety Management
  • Family Change
  • Improving Relationships
  • LGBTQ affirming
  • Social Skills Counseling
  • Academic Challenges
     

I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for anxiety and grief counseling to identity formation and beyond.  In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly collaborative approach tailored to each of my clients individual needs to help them show up, fuel from within and attain the personal growth they’re striving for.

 

* Watch for Adolescent and Young Adult groups

Positive social support is a critical component to developing into a healthy adult, and group therapy can be an effective way to meet teens where they're most comfortable ~ in a small setting with like-minded peers. A confidential structured atmosphere where young people can be emotionally open, share stories and encouragement, leads to important shifts in their lives.  These shifts are often more difficult to achieve through individual therapy alone.  

Groups are lively, popular and enthusiastically attended by young people with a variety of backgrounds and life challenges. Some topics addressed include navigating relationships, conflict management, social skill building, identity and self worth issues, creativity and personal growth, life goals and motivation. Participants gain positive insight from other individuals completely free of judgment and ultimately walk away once a week having learned something new about themselves. Most people who are initially hesitant or anxious about taking part in a group end up making important connections with others and willingly attend on a regular basis.  

 

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