A Relationship-Based Practice
walking alongside you To Provide:
- Insight and understanding
- Connection and change
- Meaning and purpose
You Are Not Alone!
I define myself as a relationship-based therapist and, hence, have a strong belief in the power of connection between therapist and client.
I strive to connect with clients, develop a supportive and understanding relationship, and create an environment of empathy, compassion and acceptance.
Deciding to begin therapy can be intimidating and overwhelming so I make every effort to provide a comfortable environment in helping an individual create the life they seek, reach the goals they set, and live a life of meaning and purpose.
Areas of Practice
Specializing in Helping
Individuals, Couples and Parents.
Latest blog posts
Therapy As Self-Care
Therapy as Self-Care has become a common phrase in today’s culture. The environmental stressors of the past three years have challenged all of us to consider how our daily lives impact our sense of wellness and have highlighted our need for nourishing and recharging activities. However, the definition of self-care can be quite ambiguous, leaving
The Challenges of Parenting
PARENTING – arguably, the hardest job on earth (and the most rewarding!) Whether you are a parent, thinking about becoming one, or sorting through your own experiences of being parented, there are hundreds of books and resources online to help guide through the complexity and “the Challenges of Parenting.” In the book, “Self-Reg: How To
Setting Boundaries – Guilt-free
Setting Boundaries – Guilt-free. January is “Setting Boundaries – Guilt-free” month at Emmaus! We want to dedicate this month to talking about boundaries – what they are, how to set them, and why they might be helpful. The word “boundaries” is a big buzzword at the present time, but how well do people truly understand
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