Your therapy is about you, where you are in your life, and where you would like to be. As a therapist, I am here to encourage, challenge, and coach you into new experiences that allow change.
On the surface, the change may be obvious, but at a deeper level, changes become more personal. That’s not a bad thing, by the way. It’s an opportunity.
Even the best life has complications and struggles. As you move forward, you get to let go of what’s no longer serving you. My approach to therapy moves you toward a disposition that’s ready for change. Then I equip you with the best clinical, neuroscientific, and practical skills to address your own challenges.
By starting therapy, you cross a threshold!
Therapy can provide transformation reminiscent of a phoenix’s rebirth.
Sometimes a subtle shift in perspective can change a morass of lines and colors into a coherent picture. That picture becomes the beginning of a whole new paradigm.
I am excited for you to make progress. I want to help you reduce or eliminate your most difficult problems, so your life gets better. After we deal with any aspects of the past that are intruding on the present, I will encourage you, challenge you, and coach you into new and positive experiences. When you have a great experience, that becomes a guide for you.
If I weren’t a psychologist, I’d be a corporate trainer and executive coach. I work to create an environment of acceptance and focus on the positive steps you can take. I’ll teach you anything that I believe will be helpful to you. I want you to leverage the other 167 hours in the week.
When I’m not helping someone change their life, I’m working to improve mine! Life can always get better, right? I love audiobooks, TED Talks, art openings and live music.
Music would’ve been my major if I hadn’t been so mathematically oriented in college, and though I’ve been known to write, play guitar and sing, when in Nashville, I never claim to be a musician.