My Approach to Helping
I've built my skillset based on training from solid research in the field. I've worked in a variety of settings with a diverse population but there's always been a common thread. We all struggle and someway somehow we find the resilience to move forward and begin again. I became a therapist because of my personal experience with someone very close to me who struggled with mental illness and that has stayed with me.
I strive to provide that rare experience that resonates inside and tells you something has changed. There's a shift. You finally feel relief that you've broken through the rut. You can breath a little, have some space. You now have the strength to reach out again because you’ve got solid footing, you’ve got some ground beneath you. You’ve found your balance.