My Approach to Helping
My primary role in working with clients is as a reflective listener. I believe that humans are uniquely capable of finding meaning in and through times of suffering. It's my job to identify and develop the strengths my clients may not see in themselves, and empower them to be their own catalysts for change.
More Info About My Practice
Ethics is something I spend a lot of time thinking about- the way we present ethical conduct as a society and how we respond in situations where trust or rationality fails. I am a student of religious thought across multiple belief systems, so I am interested in understanding and honoring the ways people make meaning, interpret and overcome suffering, and connect with others and the world. I have plans to become a non-denominational minister and want to expand my horizons within and outside of working with Resilience Lab by developing this as a new professional endeavor.