My Approach to Helping
Feeling down, worthless, or hopeless? Having difficulty with finding your purpose in life? Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed? Concerned about your alcohol or drug use? Everyone has a right to a satisfying and empowering life. Together, we can explore what is holding you back and discover ways to overcome life's challenges. You can live the life you deserve and feel free to be YOU! You are fearfully and wonderfully made! You deserve nothing but the best! You have the ability to rise above your circumstances!
It is my goal to offer support, motivate, encourage, and teach healthy coping skills to help you move forward in life. My approach is holistic and includes treating the mental, emotional, and spiritual being, as well as empowering individuals towards healing and wholeness. I apply Agape love, meaning that I will not judge you and will see you through the eyes of God to empower you to uncover your true self.
All of us have struggles, challenges, and difficulties to overcome. There comes a time when we need to reach out for help. Taking care of our mental health is a smart decision. If you are ready to receive therapy in a warm and compassionate environment, then give me a call for an initial Free phone consultation.
More Info About My Practice
I operate a faith-based private practice and offer counseling and coaching from a Christian perspective.
Every 2nd Saturday of the month I offer a FREE Family Caregiver's Circle of Support Group for individuals caring for a love one suffering from Alzheimer's or other related dementia. This group meets from 1pm-2pm. Please call to reserve a spot as space is limited.
Online counseling & coaching is offered via phone, chat, and video conferencing through a secure HIPAA compliant portal. Most major insurances are accepted, as well as several Employee Assistance Programs (EAP). Accept private pay via cash and credit card.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
- Caregiver's Stress for caregiver's caring for a love one suffering from Alzheimer's or other related dementia.
- Borderline Personalty Disorder
- Building Self-Esteem
- Relapse Prevention
- Spiritual Issues
- Poor Communication Skills
- Anger Management
- Relationship Conflict
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Sometimes we may get stuck in a rut or have difficulty with daily functioning. We may need to talk to someone with an objective view. Psychotherapy can help you get unstuck, overcome your fears, anxieties, and better manage your symptoms. A therapist can challenge negative thought patterns and can offer a different perspective of a situation.