My Approach to Helping
I am a Licensed Professional Christian Counselor who works with individuals who struggle with depression, stress, anxiety and/or relationship issues. I specialize in women's problems and concerns. I also work with individuals who struggle with addictions and/or substance abuse problems. I deliver authentic care, understanding, and hope to those who come to me for help. I have personal knowledge with a multitude of life experiences which benefit my clients in a way that aids in a better understanding of the challenges they face and of themselves. Everyone is unique in their needs. My approach is one that focuses on finding the key to unlocking the mystery of each client's difficulties in order to help place them on the road to recovery.
More Info About My Practice
A full session is approximately 55-60 minutes long. I take Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Insurance. I also work with the Employee Assistance Program "ComPsych." Payment must be made at the time of service. I accept cash, check, credit or debit cards.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I often work with women who struggle with stress, anxiety and/or depression. I have been witness to the many problems in their relationships with family, friends, boyfriends, husbands, and partners. Many times the various stresses in their lives can become completely unmanageable. My job as a therapist is to assist them in working through the adjustments needed in order to get them back on the right track of their life journey. Recovery can be hard work and includes lots of talking about thoughts and feelings, as well as hopes and dreams. But in the end the outcome is a healthier, more satisfied individual.
I also assist couples who could use a new perspective on the life they share together. As a therapist I can help them find workable solutions for situations like differing opinions over how to manage financial issues, dealing with the many life obstacles that get thrown into their path, and learning how to "fight fair" while still maintaining their cool.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
I chose the field of counseling because of an inner self-drive to aid others along the way in their life journey. My role as therapist has given me the opportunity to not only teach others about themselves, but has also given me the chance to learn about myself as well. Each client I share the journey with helps strengthen the knowledge and wisdom I possess and gives me the power to turn it around and give it right back to those clients I am helping. I see what I do as a calling and a true gift and it is my duty to fulfill whatever plan is in store for me.