My Approach to Helping
If you have bipolar disorder or love someone who does, you've come to the right place. I provide education, support, and skill-building for couples and individuals who are affected by bipolar. A happy life with bipolar is possible, but it takes some work - that's why therapy is important. You can become more stable, less irritable, and less anxious by learning proper skills - come find out how.
Maybe you are tired of fighting with your partner about the same thing over and over again? Couples therapy can help you - I use the Gottman Method and other approaches to help you rekindle that emotional connection, sort out conflict, and improve communication. Non-monogamous and poly relationships are always welcome!
I can also help if you suffered a trauma and would like to move forward from the painful memories and intrusive thoughts. Isn't it awful how trauma can hijack your whole life? Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is an approach that can heal past wounds by using eye movement and other types of brain stimulation. I use EMDR along with other approaches to lead you to post-traumatic growth and transformation.
More Info About My Practice
My office is in Broomfield, but I do online therapy in the entire state of Colorado. You can remain in the comfort of your home without having to spend time and money to travel to an office. Nervous about doing therapy online? Research shows it is just as effective as in-person therapy - schedule a free online consultation to see if it's right for you.
For a limited time only, you can receive full EMDR sessions for a reduced fee - please contact me for more information. This is a great opportunity that won't last long - spots are filling up fast!
EMDR therapy is highly effective for PTSD, trauma, and grief. It can also be used to treat anxiety and depression. EMDR therapy is available for both in-person and online clients. I use the latest technology in addition to regular hand movements so you can choose what works best for you.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
It's understandable to have doubts. We are conditioned to think that asking for help is somehow a sign of weakness... but is it? It takes courage to ask for support in a society where self-sufficiency is praised above all. It takes even more courage to leave your comfort zone and face the pain within. Asking for help when it is needed is a sign of strength, self-awareness, and wisdom. You wouldn't run a marathon without fixing a broken leg, would you? So why try to live in this hectic world without a therapist by your side?