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"The only people who change, who are transformed, are people who feel safe, who feel their dignity, and who feel loved. When you feel loved, when you feel safe, and when you know your dignity, you just keep growing! That’s what we do for one another as loving people—offer safe relationships in which we can change. This kind of love is far from sentimental; it has real power. In general, we need a judicious combination of safety and necessary conflict to keep moving forward in life." - Richard Rohr


I specialize in attachment theory, family systems theory, and person-centered therapy. With the guidance of these approaches, your journey in therapy will be just as unique as you are.

What you can expect is a warm, caring, and grounded experience where we collaborate together to move you toward your focused goals.

* Teletherapy and in-person sessions are currently available

Red Roses In Water

Couples Therapy

Resolving Conflicts focusing on:

  • Detangle unhealthy communication patterns

  • Decrease fighting

  • Increase connection and engagement



Collaborating with parents to help support:

  • Co-parenting

  • Conflicting parenting styles

  • Education on effective strategies

  • Creating safety and bonding

  • Establishing healthy boundaries

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Premarital Therapy

Guidance for parents from birth through toddlerhood focusing on:

  • Establishing a strong foundation for the future

  • Understand each partner's values

  • Practice problem solving skills


Adolescent Therapy

Individual therapy with the teen's choice to include parents to help with issues like:

  • Academic Anxiety

  • Suicidal Thinking

  • Bullying

  • Depression

  • Isolation

  • Peer struggles

  • General Anxiety

Snow Capped Mountains

Family Therapy

All members are coached through changing negative patterns of:

  • Disconnection

  • Unresolved conflicts

  • Arguing and disconnection

  • Behavior Issues

Bridge into the Woods

Individual Therapy

Unique therapeutic journey to address difficulties concerning:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Emotionally shut down

  • (Re)Forming an identity

  • Adjusting to transitions

Broken Trunk

Men's Therapy

Working through:

  • Anger

  • Isolation

  • Work stressors

  • Loss of masculinity

  • Fatherhood

Sunset in the Forest

Faith-Based Approach

  • Searching for meaning

  • Include faith practices in sessions

  • Deconstruction and reconstruction of faith

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