My Approach to Helping
Would you like to live a more fulfilling life? Can you imagine moving forward with confidence and curiosity? If you're reading this profile, then your answer might be, "yes, but how?" By slowing down and paying close attention to your emotional world, I will help you find understanding and purpose. I will help strengthen your existing relationships and discover new connections with others and yourself. You will become unstuck and experience transformation.
I can assist with a variety of issues including relationships, trauma, substance abuse, grief & loss, depression, anxiety, and life transitions. I work with individuals and couples, and offer convenient scheduling options, including weekends.
More Info About My Practice
I am a national certified counselor (#336432) and a Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia (LPC009687). I also hold Masters degrees from New York University and Garrett Theological Seminary. I do not accept insurance, but I will work with clients on a sliding scale. I operate under the clinical supervision of Annie Kelahan, LPC, ATR, and the direction of Katie Truax, LPC.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Because we rely on one another to regulate our emotional lives, therapy is an ideal place to engage fully with our humanness. It is a safe space to be vulnerable, to let our guard down. To seek understanding with a therapist is a logical pursuit in one's attempt to participate fully in life. To sit with another person and fully experience life's dizzying array of thoughts and emotions requires courage. It is not easy and it takes time to build trust with a therapist. The rewards, however, are worth the effort. If you wish to become your own best self, I encourage you to reach out to someone today.