It’s often been said that one seeks help only when the pain of remaining stuck outweighs the discomfort of seeking change. I have found this to be true even in my own life. Asking for help often requires more strength and courage than passively staying stuck. It is from this foundational understanding that I work hard to create a safe and welcoming space in which my clients can examine those things with which they are struggling. I offer an exceptional amount of compassion and empathy in my therapeutic relationships as I have found this to be vital to creating a healing environment in which positive change can happen.
I consider it a true honor to share in ones life journey. It is a precious thing to walk alongside someone who is feeling confused, devastated, broken, or grieving a loss. I have nearly a decade of experience working with individuals, couples and families with various concerns including: women’s issues, grief and loss, depression and anxiety, infidelity, codependency, self-injury, abuse/trauma, life transitions, parenting concerns, survivors of suicide, as well as other mood and personality disorders.
I hold an MA in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College and a B.S. in Business Administration from Indiana University. I have experience in both clinical work and corporate management.
Perhaps you are considering taking a courageous step in seeking help. If so, I would consider it a privilege to work with you toward your healing and wholeness. I believe there is hope in the healing process.