My Approach to Helping
If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, overwhelming emotions, panic attacks, major life transitions, spirituality, or thoughts of suicide, I would love to come alongside you and help you navigate these things. I bring a listening ear, a non-judgmental attitude, and a sprinkling of sarcasm and humor to sessions. I greatly value the relationships I forge with my clients and believe that they are the foundation for any change that will happen during therapy. I work from a Person-Centered approach, primarily, which means that I trust that you are the expert in your own life and I will work collaboratively with you to help you toward your goals and the change you want to see within yourself as the result of therapy.
I can also provide Christian counseling if desired.
More Info About My Practice
I work for a practice called Curis Functional Health. We are a practice that has chiropractic, mental health therapy, and nutrition. I see clients at the Arlington Matlock location four days a week, as well as telehealth sessions. I have daytime availability and limited evening availability.
Additionally, I offer free 20-30 minute consultations via my telehealth platform doxy.me.
Had a Negative Therapy Experience?
There are therapists out there who either act unprofessionally or who do not mesh well with certain people. As a result, clients sometimes have negative experiences with a therapist. If this is you, then I urge you to set up a consultation or first session with me. I'm more than happy to discuss your past therapy experience, because that can be a huge barrier to seeking help and following through with setting up an appointment. You are not "crazy," "making it up," or "blowing it out of proportion." Your past negative experience in therapy is valid and you deserve to talk to someone in a safe space about that experience.