I became a therapist because of my genuine interest in people and desire to see them become their best selves. Rooted in this is the belief that everyone deserves a judgment-free space to find answers and develop skills to improve their relationships and lives. It is my passion to champion my client’s goals and to assist in developing the skills they needed to move forward.
Since 2012, I have assisted men, women, adolescents, and couples as they worked through difficult situations. It has been an honor to share in their journeys.
What Kind of A Therapist Am I?
I focus on what is realistic and practical when developing solutions. I am client-centered and believe that people have all of the answers already inside of them. My role as a therapist is to draw the answers and solutions out and to assist in developing strengths.
Every person who comes to my office is a unique individual. They come from different backgrounds, have experienced different things and have different values. Accordingly, my approach will always be different in order to properly accommodate what needs to occur in therapy. There is no paint by numbers or one size fits all solutions in my office.
When you arrive at my office, we will get to know each other and begin the process of assessing what you want to accomplish in therapy. Once we have established what you would like to get out of the therapy, we will work on developing a path forward.
I specialize in working with people who are dealing with anxiety, stress, work/life balance, anger management and difficulties with racial identity. I also work with those who are looking to overcome the hidden obstacles that prevent them from living their best life.
If you would like to learn more about my practice, call or send me an email to set up a complimentary 15-minute consultation. If after the 15 minutes we find that I am not the right fit for your goals, I may have a resource or a referral that will assist you on your journey.
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