Philosophy & Approach

Often times, we don’t realize how our thoughts and behaviors are related and how they impact our day-to-day. I believe that how we think about ourselves and our experiences have a direct impact on how we live, love, and interact with the world and others. In our counseling sessions, we will investigate how your thoughts and behaviors are related and how they may be interfering with living out your true and fullest self. Our goal is to get you unstuck, pick up the broken pieces, create something new, climb the mountain (or sometimes go another way), and provide you with a map and tools to help you discover and implement lasting change. 

I believe we are integrated beings, so not only will we address your thoughts and behaviors, but also take a look at how the biological, relational, social, and spiritual aspects are related to your current concerns and goals. My integrative approach allows me to meet you and your unique needs while further developing your strengths and skills. Also, it is very common for individuals I meet with to be addressing what I believe to be crucial questions of “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?”.

I specialize in Christian-faith integration and believe so much freedom and healing can come from its inclusion. Often times, individuals are coming to me saying their life is not matching with their faith or expectations. I love these questions and want to respectfully explore and challenge them. I want to partner with you to strategically and effectively take a look at how your life and concerns may be integrated with your faith.

My hope is for my clients to walk away with a more expansive and raw relationship with a God that loves every part of them and cares about the details. Not all of my clients wish to integrate faith, which is completely respected. The extent to which you want to integrate faith with your current concerns is up to you.

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Types of Therapy:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Coaching
Eclectic
Narrative
Person-Centered
Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)